When Trump Says ‘We’re Not Going to Take Any Action on the Speech Transition’

Google News article Trump’s speech today to a joint session of Congress on the Iran nuclear deal was the most-watched speech in US history.

But his comments today suggest he is open to the idea of an independent commission to oversee the speech transition of Trump’s speeches to audiences around the world.

It is not clear what would happen if Trump or his staff decided to make the transition, or even whether they would be allowed to do so.

Trump said today that he would make the speech “independent of the administration”.

This would mean that any official involved in making or distributing the speech would be in full control of it, but the speech could still be subject to political pressure from Congress.

Trump made his comments at the start of a four-day session that also included a meeting with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, South Korea’s President Moon Jae-in, and Chinese President Xi Jinping.

Speaking to reporters at the White House, Trump said: “We’re not going to take any action on the speech process, and I mean that.

We’re not gonna take any actions.”

Trump’s comments came after a day of intense negotiations on the nuclear deal with Iran.

But on Tuesday, he appeared to back away from the idea.

Trump told reporters that he was open to some changes to the Iran deal, but that he did not want a commission.

“I think you can have an independent process.

I think you could have a commission that would be independent of the president,” Trump said.

“But I think it’s important to have some integrity in that process.”

He added that he supported a “good deal” but added: “I just think there have to be some things that go along with it, so it’s a good deal.”

Trump also said he had spoken to President Xi about the possibility of an “international commission” to oversee speech transitions of the US president.

“He’s very interested in that.

But I have to tell you, he’s a different type of president, so I have no idea,” Trump added.

Trump’s use of the word “independent” to describe his willingness to work with an outside body suggests that the speech may still be affected by the administration’s negotiating strategy.

If Trump does not make a change to the nuclear agreement, or if he and Abe decide to do it, the Trump administration will have the final say on how the president’s speeches are viewed by the world and by Americans.

The speech Trump was speaking about could be subject, in the words of a recent Wall Street Journal article, to a “pivotal event” and could be viewed as “the turning point in Trump’s presidency”.

This could mean that Trump would have a significant impact on the way Americans view the speech, and on the public’s understanding of the speech.