White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders refused to say Monday whether President Donald Trump would select a nominee to fill Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy's seat who would overturn Roe v. Wade.
"We're going to be talking about Ukraine, we're going to be talking about Syria, we'll be talking about elections, and we don't want anybody tampering with elections", Trump said to reporters on Air Force One.But Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov told Reuters on Monday that Crimea is not up for discussion.
Sanders' remarks contrast with those of national security adviser John Bolton, who a day earlier suggested that Trump may eventually acknowledge Russia's seizure.
Sanders adds that the U.S. agrees "to disagree with Russian Federation on that front and our Crimea sanctions against Russian Federation will remain in place until Russian Federation returns the peninsula to the Ukraine".
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However, coach Juan Carlos Osorio said he was not concerned about past history. "We have top players, and we play as a group". Brazil has reached at least the quarterfinals in the last six tournaments and advanced to three finals, winning two.
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James would be the 12th, which means Cleveland will only be looking to fill two or three open roster spots as it is. Furthermore, DeAndre Jordan signed a one-year deal with the Mavericks, so he's not in play for the Lakers, either.
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Australia, on the other hand, have no trouble after thrashing Pakistan by 9-wickets and with 9.1 overs to spare in the second T20 of the series.
"We're going to have to see", Trump said on Friday when asked directly if the USA would accept Russia's claim on the Black Sea peninsula.
Canadian officials said the measures were designed in part to pressure Trump by focusing on goods from states where his political allies hold sway.
Both comments come as the White House prepares for a major meeting between Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin, set for Helsinki on July 16. Pressed on whether the United States position on Crimea could change, Bolton said "we'll see".
"The president is working to fix the broken system and he'll continue pushing for that", she said.