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SerenaMon, 13 Jun 2014 18:37:09 +0000 do we need to finish the pot full of sweet potato? Thank you for this but all I can taste is sweet potato. I don’t want to eat my food smelling like sweet potato. I don’t mind sweet potato if it’s mixed with other foods. But not in and on its own. Just don’t like it.
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Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev lashed out at Donald Trump in his weekly phone call with President Barack Obama, asking the outgoing US leader to tell Trump to “back off” his threat to impose sanctions on Moscow.
“Of course, I assume that you told him that this is nonsense and that he should not bother about it,” Medvedev told Obama. “I’m sure you did. It would have been good, don’t you think?”
The Kremlin said in a statement late on Friday that Medvedev had given the private call at his initiative and to express his concerns over Donald Trump’s comments about the Russian president.
Obama reportedly reassured Medvedev that such sanctions would not be imposed, but Medvedev said he wanted more than just that reassurance.
“I don’t think that such informal assurances are enough,” he said.
The Kremlin has previously said it hopes Trump will not follow through on his claims that he will implement sanctions on Russia over his concerns over Moscow’s alleged meddling in last year’s US presidential election.
Such sanctions could include blocking Russians from working at US energy firms, which are already subject to US export controls.
Obama reportedly told Medvedev in the call that the administration would consider counter-measures against sanctions, should they go ahead, but that the administration would not do so in the