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In the Senate may consider a bill that will prevent Trump to lift anti-Russian sanctions

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The Senate Foreign Affairs Committee does not exclude consideration of a bill that will limit the ability of the US president to lift anti-Russian sanctions, reports RIA News Statement by the head of the Republican Committee, Bob Corker.



We may well discuss something like that
said the senator, answering the relevant question of the press.

Maybe soon such a document will appear, he added.

Earlier, Donald Trump has repeatedly stated that he will make every effort to normalize relations with Russia. “It will be beneficial to both parties,” he stressed.

Recently, American publications have reported that the administration of the new president has already begun to prepare a decree abolishing restrictions imposed on Russia. Trump's adviser Kellyann Conway later confirmed that this issue is under discussion.
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  1. himRa
    himRa 31 January 2017 12: 59
    +4
    Freedom to Detochkin! oops ... Freedom to Trump! we fall asleep by his name and wake up
    Recently, American publications have reported that the administration of the new president has already begun to prepare a decree abolishing restrictions imposed on Russia. Trump's adviser Kellyann Conway later confirmed that this issue is under discussion.
    1. cniza
      cniza 31 January 2017 13: 18
      +9
      The Senate Committee on Foreign Affairs does not exclude consideration of a bill that will limit the ability of the US president to lift anti-Russian sanctions


      Let them accept what they want, so that our rulers better move their brains and relax, the United States will never be a friendly country for Russia and Trump will soon demonstrate this, we can only have common interests.
      1. himRa
        himRa 31 January 2017 13: 21
        +8
        Quote: cniza
        The Senate Committee on Foreign Affairs does not exclude consideration of a bill that will limit the ability of the US president to lift anti-Russian sanctions


        Let them accept what they want, so that our rulers better move their brains and relax, the United States will never be a friendly country for Russia and Trump will soon demonstrate this, we can only have common interests.

        And in connection with this point of view, something is annoying about Trump, Chesslovo, Trump, Trump
        It is necessary as something more to discuss about their affairs ....
    2. Andrey Yuryevich
      Andrey Yuryevich 31 January 2017 13: 19
      +10
      In the Senate may consider a bill that will prevent Trump to lift anti-Russian sanctions
      sanctions are not evil, but rather good ... it’s high time to move away from (we’ll buy everything) to “do it yourself”.
      1. himRa
        himRa 31 January 2017 13: 31
        +8
        Quote: Andrew Y.
        sanctions are not evil, but rather good ... it’s high time to move away from (we’ll buy everything) to “do it yourself”.

        Who is afraid of sanctions? there is only one answer, they are terrible for bankers who cannot take long-term loans from foreign banks, and how we use them, we know ... how many banks went bankrupt after the imposition of sanctions.
        Out of the blue, from nothing they made a profit
        1. Andrey Yuryevich
          Andrey Yuryevich 31 January 2017 13: 33
          +4
          Quote: himRa
          how many banks went bankrupt after the imposition of sanctions.

          Sperbank removes competitors ...
  2. ser-pov
    ser-pov 31 January 2017 13: 00
    +2
    But I’m wondering, can Trump disperse the Senate? Or is it impossible under Amer’s law?
    1. Joker787
      Joker787 31 January 2017 13: 09
      +2
      Unfortunately or fortunately, but no.
      The impossibility of Congress to influence the formation and operation of the government is balanced by the absence of the President of the United States the right to dissolve parliament. The President can only convene one or both chambers in case of emergency, and in case of disagreement between the chambers regarding the postponement of the session, postpone it for such a time as it sees fit. In the entire history of the United States, the head of state has never used this right.
      http://uchebnik-online.com/133/1942.html
      But impeachment can easily "blow" him
      1. Niccola Mack
        Niccola Mack 31 January 2017 17: 31
        0
        But impeachment can easily "blow" him

        As history shows, it’s wildly difficult, for this you need to completely mess with everyone - including your own party.
        So far this has been only with Nixon - that was real.
        Interestingly, is there somewhere in the constitution the president’s right to dissolve the Senate - with the exception of monarchies? I didn’t hear something !!!
    2. avdkrd
      avdkrd 31 January 2017 13: 14
      +10
      Quote: ser-pov
      But I’m wondering, can Trump disperse the Senate? Or is it impossible under Amer’s law?

      But actually, why overclock it? I began to sympathize with characters like McKane. Why do we need to lift US sanctions? Worse, their abolition will create enormous problems in the "import substitution" sectors. People have invested in production and will hardly survive the dumping supplies of sanctioned products.
  3. pts-m
    pts-m 31 January 2017 13: 02
    +3
    Well, they will not cancel, so what? Just as my shoelaces in my shoes made fun of the stupidity of pendos and their hangers-on, they continue to make fun. High tears are shed by those who have hidden their “loot” in pendos jars.
  4. sds87
    sds87 31 January 2017 13: 02
    +10
    No need to lift the sanctions, otherwise our rulers will be happy and joyfully cover up the import substitution program. After all, do not strain when you can buy everything over the hill. And invest in your country - God forbid. Another castle in England has not yet been bought and a new luxury yacht has not left the slipways ...
    1. g1v2
      g1v2 31 January 2017 13: 27
      +3
      They can’t. The most important thing for all manufacturers has already been deposited in the brain - WESTERN PRODUCTS AND ACCESSORIES ARE UNRELIABLE, TK IT MAY NOT BE DELIVERED AT ANY TIME. The same is true for banks. The main thing is that most businessmen and manufacturers will already be afraid to focus on Western components - and then again sanctions and production will freeze without supplies? And money will also not be sent to the West so briskly - what if sanctions and bills are frozen again? PM will mainly switch to Asia. hi
      1. NEXUS
        NEXUS 31 January 2017 14: 15
        +5
        Quote: g1v2
        PM will mainly switch to Asia.

        In Asia, it is certainly correct ... but it’s only more correct to switch to your own. Of course, not right away, maybe we just don’t have everything, but the vector is clear.
        1. g1v2
          g1v2 31 January 2017 15: 10
          +1
          The vector is clear, but the price-quality ratio also matters. To compete with Asians in cost, we need to either have the same production volumes (and for this we need to have comparable sales markets) or introduce import restrictions, as with the West. In any case, many positions are already either imported or actively imported. I'm waiting for the results from the FCS on the ratio of import-export for 2016. There, by the numbers, it will be possible to draw conclusions on how effective import substitution is. hi
  5. Lester7777
    Lester7777 31 January 2017 13: 05
    +2
    Former Acting Attorney General Sally Yates has already restricted. Now has a lot of free time, can cross stitch, for example, embroider.
  6. AlexeyAlexey
    AlexeyAlexey 31 January 2017 13: 11
    +2
    I’m talking about what, the US Congress is mostly anti-Russian. They will "put sticks in the wheels" in every way to Donald Trump, especially you should not count on the lifting of sanctions. In Europe, it is also unknown who will come to power there, in Germany or Merkel evil, or the Russophobe-Schulz-German analogue of John McCain, especially in France should not be counted on, as well as in the United Kingdom.
    1. Scoun
      Scoun 31 January 2017 13: 56
      +3
      Quote: AlexeyAlexey
      I’m talking about what, the US Congress for the most part is anti-Russian. They will "put sticks in the wheels" in every way to Donald Trump, especially you should not count on lifting the sanctions.

      1. The US Congress is the one you pay and they lobby for the interest of the payer.
      2. For once, our people are in solidarity with US Congressmen and welcome their efforts to impose a ban on lifting sanctions from Russia.
  7. strelok581
    strelok581 31 January 2017 13: 37
    +2
    I think we will soon celebrate the wake on Trump. The music did not play for long, the accordion did not ache for long.
    Spit on Trump.
    Allies of Russia Army, Navy and VKS. Hope and support.
    1. Sling cutter
      Sling cutter 31 January 2017 20: 30
      +1
      I would be very happy if the sanctions are strengthened to the fullest! good
      And I also dream that we will run out of oil and gas. drinks
  8. Mountain shooter
    Mountain shooter 31 January 2017 13: 46
    +4
    Yes, sanctions rather revived Russia than vice versa. Che all of us - will remove, will not remove, as on a camomile. My company - it just became so good - doubled the turnover! Well, salaries have improved. If sanctions are lifted now and the ruble strengthens - import will "climb" again - this would not be necessary. We have already exported something.
    1. vladimirvn
      vladimirvn 31 January 2017 14: 16
      +1
      Well, to maintain balance, that would be very good, one more news.
      ..MOSCOW, Jan 31 - RIA News. The Russian Ministry of Finance proposes to devalue the ruble by about ten percent, Kommersant writes, citing data published by Reuters.
      According to new calculations by the Ministry of Finance, at such a cost of oil, the average annual ruble exchange rate should be 69,42 rubles per dollar, and the federal budget deficit should be 3,1 percent of GDP. The expenditures of the reserve funds will amount to 1,8 trillion rubles. ..https: //ria.ru/economy/20170131/1486847744.html
      1. sds87
        sds87 31 January 2017 16: 13
        +3
        Yeah. I was different "pleased":
        On January 18, Russian Finance Minister Anton Siluanov said that the president supported the proposal to direct all additional oil and gas revenues not to new budget spending, but to reduce the spending of reserves.
        The regulator plans to increase Russia's international reserves to $ 500 billion by 2018-2020. As of January 6, 2017, the amount of gold and foreign exchange reserves is $ 377,7 billion (the Reserve Fund and the National Welfare Fund are part of them). Source: Lenta.ru

        And in the fall, I heard about the devaluation of the ruble from a work colleague whose wife in the police works as someone like an accountant.
        1. vladimirvn
          vladimirvn 31 January 2017 20: 21
          +2
          Unfortunately, our economy is effective only with such a dead ruble. And we are told that this is good. And the fact that his purchasing power tends to zero, and the fact that the salary, even in such rubles, is just ah, it's nothing. On only rumors about Trump's love or not love for us, the ruble either rises or falls. This is all sad.
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      2. Sling cutter
        Sling cutter 31 January 2017 20: 26
        +4
        Quote: vladimirvn
        The Russian Ministry of Finance proposes to devalue the ruble by about ten percent,

        The same ministry proposed to tax all summer cottages and buildings located on them, taxed on the basis of the cadastral value, that is, by several orders of magnitude.
        urra, u raa, uraaa to the government, ep and the main brow who signs all these laws. sad
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  9. viktor.
    viktor. 31 January 2017 14: 27
    +3
    I can’t understand, can anyone explain? Amerekos rule the world? sanctions imposed against any state, but not against their measures?
    1. sds87
      sds87 31 January 2017 16: 31
      0
      Several families rule the world (the most famous and wealthy: the Rockefellers and the Rothschilds). America is used by one of these families, if not mistaken - the Rockefellers. The Rothschilds have recently relied on the Asian region, led by China. And America itself has been turned into a world gendarme to protect the interests of these Rockefellers. It is not democracy around the world that cares about America. Only places where you can make money are worried. And the easiest way is to make a lot of money in wars. Therefore, wars around the world do not subside for a single day.
  10. unsinkable
    unsinkable 31 January 2017 17: 18
    0
    Quote: Andrey Yurievich
    Sperbank removes competitors ...

    And rightly so. Sberbank is the fairest.
    1. Andrey Yuryevich
      Andrey Yuryevich 31 January 2017 19: 59
      +1
      Quote: unsinkable
      And rightly so. Sberbank is the fairest.

      laughing laughing laughing you laughed me ....
  11. Fkjydjckfrgh
    Fkjydjckfrgh 1 February 2017 04: 15
    +1
    Let the senate succeed. Clinton was also a fan of me. Better open hostility is better than hypocritical smiles. Not bothered yet?