Trump: ‘I don’t think that’s the right way to proceed’ on Russia sanctions

President Donald Trump said Sunday he has decided not to lift the sanctions on Russia, but would revisit them at a later date.

Speaking on CBS’s “Face the Nation,” Trump said he is reviewing the issue and the decision.

“I don, I think I will have to revisit it,” Trump told host John Dickerson.

“We’re going to be discussing this, John, and I think that will be up to you and your administration,” he added.

The White House said on Saturday that Trump had made the decision not to impose new sanctions on Russian officials during a phone call on Sunday morning with Russian President Vladimir Putin.

“President Trump made the final decision not under any circumstances to lift sanctions on Russians on the basis of the fact that we have no information of collusion with Russia,” White House spokesman Sean Spicer said in a statement.

The sanctions on the Russian government, imposed by the U.S. Congress in December, were imposed after Russian hackers attacked Democratic Party organizations, including the Democratic National Committee, to interfere with the U