President Donald Trump on Wednesday said he is not going to discuss the Supreme Leader Snook, the shadowy figure who is believed to wield considerable influence over the president.
The commander-in-chief also made no mention of Supreme Leader Vladimir Putin or Russia’s leader Vladimir Putin Jr., who has previously claimed that Trump was behind the killing of James Foley and other captives.
The president was speaking during an event to promote the new Air Force One, which is due to be unveiled Thursday.
“I don’t want to talk to them,” Trump said, according to a pool report.
“You want to see the planes.
The Air Force is scheduled to fly the president and first lady on the Air Force one on March 19. “
We’re going up on the planes,” he added.
The Air Force is scheduled to fly the president and first lady on the Air Force one on March 19.
The new Air-One plane will be capable of flying to all 50 states and the District of Columbia and will include a suite of seats that could seat up to 200 people.
It will also be the first time the president’s family will be able to board an aircraft on Air ForceOne.
Trump has repeatedly accused his predecessor, President Barack Obama, of being behind the Foley and others’ deaths, although he has yet to provide evidence.
The White House has been under fire for days over Trump’s refusal to acknowledge the existence of Russian operatives involved in the kidnapping and death of Foley, a British aid worker whose body was found by a U.S. Navy SEAL team in the Syrian city of Aleppo last year.
Trump on Monday said he was considering sending special envoy Steve Bannon to the United States to investigate the issue.