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Conway: Trump's Work on China Relationship Proving Effective

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By    |   Friday, 22 September 2017 10:53 AM

President Donald Trump has bolstered the relationship between the United States and China, and that means when it comes time to apply additional pressure to North Korea, China is listening, presidential counselor Kellyanne Conway said Friday.

"You see the way the Central Bank of China responded almost immediately to President Trump's call yesterday," Conway told Fox News' "Fox and Friends" program. "That actually followed two separate votes, 15-0 unanimous votes by the U.N. Security Council to sanction North Korea, in a very historic way."

That shows that world leaders, including in China, are taking Trump's actions, not his threats or words, seriously, Conway contended.

"Word and talk is cheap," she said. "For this nonpolitician, who is accustomed to dealing with product and deliverables in action, you see the world responding. And, look, the president made it very clear this week too that North Korea is everybody's problem."

The president's meeting with his Cabinet and at Camp David earlier this month was very important, Conway said, and the administration is working in a "very organized systematic fashion by the way the decisions are made by this president and this commander in chief."

Meanwhile, the Trump administration is "increasingly optimistic" about the chances of the heatlhcare bill from Sens. Lindsey Graham and Bill Cassidy passing.

"Obviously those two senators came up with an innovative solution that would still preserve many of the most important components of Obamacare . . . the big feature of Graham-Cassidy that's been very ache attractive to a number of governors is block granting to the states," Conway said. "People closest to the folks in need can decide how to best administer those funds."

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President Donald Trump has bolstered the relationship between the United States and China, and that means when it comes time to apply additional pressure to North Korea, China is listening, presidential counselor Kellyanne Conway said Friday.
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