India News
Search Web Directory
 India News  
News Home
Trump calls Russia an asset in fighting Islamic State
Posted on 12th January 2016
President-elect Donald Trump has said that Russia and its President Vladimir Putin would be assets in fighting the Islamic State terror organisation, which he called the "number one" issue, and blamed President Barack Obama's policies for creating a void in the Middle East that gave it room to grow.

In his first news conference as President-elect on Wednesday that was slim on foreign policy, a recurring theme was regaining global respect for the US.

While trying to make Russia an ally in the war on terror, Trump also warned of a hardline if he had a falling out with Putin. He said he would take a tough stand, stronger than what his Democratic rival Hillary Clinton would have.

He also seemed to admonish Putin for his role in the hacking of the Democratic Party servers, saying he shouldn't have done that - and wouldn't do it during his presidency.

"If Putin likes Donald Trump, I consider that an asset, not a liability, because we have a horrible relationship with Russia," he said. "Russia can help us fight IS (Islamic State), which, by the way, is, number one, tricky (issue)."

"This administration created IS by leaving (Iraq) at the wrong time," he claimed. "The void was created, IS was formed."

As for future relations with Russia, Trump said, "I don't know that I'm gonna get along with Vladimir Putin. I hope I do. But there's a good chance I won't. And if I don't, do you honestly believe that Hillary would be tougher on Putin than me?"

Moving away from his earlier position of questioning Putin's involvement in the hacking scandal, Trump said, "He shouldn't be doing it. He won't be doing it."

Projecting his tough-guy image, Trump asserted, "Russia will have much greater respect for our country when I'm leading than when other people have led it."

He added, "Other countries, including China, which has taken total advantage of us economically, totally advantage of us in the South China Sea by building their massive fortress, total. Russia, China, Japan, Mexico, all countries will respect us far more, far more than they do under past administrations."

He poked fun of Clinton for having given Russian Foreign Minister a red button labeled "Reset" at the start of her tenure as Secretary of State in 2009 to signify an attempt at renewing frayed ties.

"I won't be giving a little reset button like Hillary, 'Here, press this piece of plastic', were relations with Putin to run into problems," he said, adding, "There's no reset button. We're either going to get along or we're not. I hope we get along, but if we don't, that's possible too."


Other Latest News
 
New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s government is seeking to step up the pace of auctioning power-purchase contracts for wind-energy plants, building on a contest that reaped record-low prices for solar farms earlier this month.

The government plans to offer deals covering almost 4 gigawatts of wind capacity in the current fiscal year ending March 2018 in addition to 750 megawatts of solar capacity it will tender next month, Ashvini Kumar, managing director at Solar Energy Corp. of India, the country’s implementing agency for renewable targets, told reporters in New Delhi.


 
Microsoft India today said it has enhanced all types of paternal leave benefits and introduced a new family caregiver leave — which entails four weeks of paid leave to take care of an immediate family member. From April 21, Microsoft India has enhanced all types of paternal leave benefits such as paternity, adoption, and surrogacy. Besides, the company has introduced a new family caregiver leave benefit, which includes four weeks of paid leave to take care of an immediate family member with a serious health condition.

 
NEW DELHI: The railways will increase 3AC coaches in long distance trains to cater to the growing demand for air-conditioned coaches.

Railway data shows that between April 1, 2016 and March 10, 2017, 3AC coaches carried 17 per cent of all passengers in long-distance trains which accounted for 32.60 per cent of all the earnings from passenger fares.


 
Maruti Suzuki has silently launched the 2017 DZire Tour at a starting price of Rs 5.24 lakh, ex-showroom Delhi. The company will sell the new DZire Tour only for the fleet market. Earlier, the Maruti Suzuki DZire Tour was sold in a diesel version, however, the new car will now also be offered with a 1.2-litre K-Series petrol engine that produces 84 hp of power and 114 Nm of torque.

The diesel version gets the existing 1.3 litre DDiS unit that generates 74 hp of power and 190 Nm of torque. Both engines are paired to a 5-speed manual gearbox. The car manufacturer has not offered the DZire Tour with an automatic or an AMT (Automated Manual Transmission) gearbox.


 
Markets ended in red for the second straight week due to weakness due to persistent selling pressure in view of disappointing earnings results from companies amidst weakness in the global market, as investors maintained caution ahead of elections in France over the weekend and as geopolitical tensions notably those between the US and North Korea weighed on sentiment. The Sensex fell in three out of five sessions of the week. As trading was largely listless and rangebound throughout the session.

» Post a FREE Classified Advertisement
Inviting Real Estate Agents, Job Placements Agents, Educational Institutes, Software Service Providers, Real Estate Builders, Marriage Bureaus, Travel Agents, Restaurant Owners, Health & Fitness Centers and other Local Businesses to Post a FREE Classified Advertisement on IndiaCatalog.com Classifieds Website.
Jobs in India India Real Estate Automobiles Matrimonials Beauty & Fitness

Add a comment for Trump calls Russia an asset in fighting Islamic State
Please only use this form to enter comments on the above company. All comments are reviewed before they are displayed on the web site. Not all comments may be displayed. Check back with us to see if your comments have been displayed.
If you want us to email the comments posted by users, please Subscribe by email
Name*
Comments*
Security Code*
 

Be the first person to write a business review for Trump calls Russia an asset in fighting Islamic State

Most Read News

HPCL calls for emergency board meet to clear Barmer's new fiscal package

TCS shareholders approve Rs 16,000-cr share buyback proposal

Solar bid tariff at an all time low, GST will put project cost up, fear developers

Earnings at risk if Indian Rupee extends advance, Edelweiss says

Bank of Baroda ties up with EM3 Agri for loans to boost farm incomes

More India News

India Resource Center
» Free India Classifieds
Introducing IndiaCatalog Free Classifieds. Post your free classified ads. Inviting Real Estate Agents, Travel Agents, Job Placement Agents and others to post their advertisements for free.
» Global Web Directory
Web directory listing of Global companies. Send enquiries to international companies.
» India Yellow Pages
Yellow Pages for Mumbai, Delhi, Bangalore, Chennai, Kolkota, Hyderabad, Pune and more Indian cites.
» Logistics Directory
Find supply chain management consultants, freight forwarders, trucking companies in India.
» Photo Gallery
This page provides you with links to images of India displaying Celebrities Photos,Automobiles Photos,latest Movies Photos,Sports Photos,Photos of Bollywood Stars and many more.
» Agriculture Directory
Find Fresh Vegitables, Fruits, Basmati Rice, Meat, Poultry and Seafood producers in India.
» Real Estate in India
Real Estate directory of India. Find agents, builders and suppliers.
» Gems & Jewellery
Find jewellery, gems and diamond merchants in India.
IndiaCatalog.com
  India Web Directory
Business Profiles
Automotive Directory
IT/ITES/BPO Directory
Hotel Directory
Health Directory
Business Directory
Gems & Jewellery
Education Directory
Real Estate Directory
Agriculture Directory
Logistics Directory
Yellow Pages
NRI Guide
Photo Galleries
Global Web Directory
*** FREE India Classifieds
Safety Tips For Classifieds
Order Premium Listings
Submit a Site
Business Reviews
Home
About us
Link to us
Advertise
Contact us
Google Search Keywords: India Catalog, IndiaCatalog, India Web Directory, India Free Classifieds
    © 1999 - 2017 IndiaCatalog.com
    All Rights Reserved
Privacy Statement    
    © 1999 - 2017 IndiaCatalog.com
    All Rights Reserved
Privacy Statement