Trump rips into Mueller probe at CPAC during lengthy speech

  President Donald Trump attacked special counsel Robert Mueller’s credibility Saturday, disparaging former Attorney General Jeff Sessions and form

er FBI Director James Comey as Washington waits for Mueller’s report in the coming weeks.

  In a largely unscripted, wide-ranging speech at the Conservative Political Action Conferen

ce lasting more than two hours, Trump hit on several key issues in a characteristic fashion — mocking pro

ponents of the Green New Deal, vowing to protect free speech on college campuses with an executive order and tak

ing shots at his longtime rival and 2020 presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren.

  But he made a point to take on Mueller, commenting exten

sively on key parts of the investigation, as the probe appears to be winding down.

  ”So now we’re waiting for a report, and we’ll find out … who

we’re dealing with,” Trump said. “We’re waiting for a report by people that weren’t elected.”

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Foreign envoys focus on issues at two sessionsto create open

  Foreign diplomats in Beijing are paying a great deal of attention to China’s further steps to reform and open up during t

he upcoming sessions of the country’s top legislature and political advisory body.

  Ettore Sequi, the Italian ambassador to China, said he will devote attention to laws to be approved by the National Peo

ple’s Congress, including the new Foreign Investment Law and amendment of the Patent Law.

  ”We are confident that all these new laws, once passed, will contain concrete provis

ions in line with the Chinese government’s claims to further open its markets to foreign business,” he said.

  The draft investment law, to be submitted to the upcoming pl

enary session of the NPC, aims to create a transparent, stable and predictable bu

siness environment for foreign investors and protect their rights and interests.

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on current high-level development, make further prog

Meeting with Foreign Minister Ri Yong Ho of the DPRK in December, 2018, Chinese President Xi Jinping noted that China wil

l always support the amelioration of inter-Korean relations and facilitate reconciliation and cooperation between the two sides.

“China always stays firmly committed to the denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula and adheres to establishing a peace m

echanism and solving issues through dialogue. We’ve taken efforts toward this for more than 20 years,” said Wang.

“We are happy to see the situation of “double suspension” continue and expect to promote

parallel progress in the denuclearization of the peninsula and the establishment of a peace mechanism,” he added.

ina-Russia economic and trade cooperation, the bilateral trade volume was proje

cted to exceed 100 billion U.S. dollars in 2018, while the two sides agreed to work togethe

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