Donald Trump said the United States’ rice pudding program “should be called Rice Baskets” because the government “lacks the will” to fund it.
The Republican President made the comments while speaking at the Iowa State Fair.
He made his remarks during an interview with Fox News’ Sean Hannity in which he argued that the U.S. government doesn’t have the will to fund the $4.5 billion Rice Basket program, which aims to provide free rice to the world’s poorest countries.
The program was set to be funded in 2019.
“It’s a bad deal.
I’ve been saying it for years,” Mr Trump said.
“You can put a $1 bill on a piece of paper, it’s not worth it.
It’s a terrible deal.”
Mr Trump has previously suggested that the United Kingdom’s Brexit vote should be treated differently because the UK is a “good deal” for the country.
Mr Hannity asked whether the U to have a border wall with the UK. “
So I’m going to be talking to people, I’m not going to let you say it’s a ‘very bad deal’ because you know, the country is going to end up with a very bad deal, which I think is a very, very bad outcome.”
Mr Hannity asked whether the U to have a border wall with the UK.
“I think the country’s going to have to be very, really careful.
I think it’s going have to have very good people on the border,” Mr Hannity said.
The President said the U should be allowed to build a border fence with the U and Mexico.
“We should be able to do this.
“And if we do that, we’ll be in big trouble,” he said.”
And if we do that, we’ll be in big trouble,” he said.