Trump says he is ready to take America back to World War II era, but says he will have to wait for “a little while” before taking his first steps in implementing the plan.
“If we get to World Series Sunday, I’m ready to start,” Trump said in an interview with CNN’s Dana Bash.
“I’ve been saying this for a long time.
But it’s just one more thing I have to get done.”
Trump says the U.S. will not be forced to use nuclear weapons and has no plans to take the country back to the brink of war.
“The world will be a much safer place,” he said.
He says he has not yet been able to work out details for the United States’ withdrawal from NATO, but will.
Trump said he is willing to talk to his European allies about the possibility of reopening their doors to the United Nations, but “I think it’s very hard for them to take on that responsibility.”
Trump said he will not use the U,N.
to impose his will on other nations.
“We’re going to make our own rules, our own laws,” he told Bash.
Trump said the U and its allies should not be involved in the United Kingdom’s decision to leave the European Union.
“It’s a very difficult decision,” Trump told Bash, “but we’re going in a different direction.
We’re going into a very different direction.”
The U.K. will leave the EU in 2019 and become a member of the United Nation.
The United States has a free trade agreement with the U of K.
The former U.N. ambassador said he has talked with Trump about his plan.
“He’s very interested in it, I think he really wants to implement it,” John Bolton said of the former president.
The U of S will leave NATO in 2019.
The U. S. has a separate trade agreement.
The two leaders will hold a summit in France on Feb. 21.