A watchdog group has called on President Donald Trump to stop importing Chinese and Indian jewellery from his administration.
The American Jewish Committee, which represents more than 3,500 Jewish businesses, says Trump’s administration has been importing goods from China and India that have no U.S. origin.
The group, which is representing companies in the Trump administration, has also called on the president to remove or delay imports of Chinese and Japanese jewellery.
The group has also pressed the Trump White House to stop buying Chinese and India products, and to make its exports to those countries contingent on their compliance with U.N. sanctions against North Korea and Iran.
The Trump administration has not commented on the allegations.
But the U.K.-based organisation has called the Trump trade sanctions a “total violation of the U…
Constitution, and should be rescinded.”
It is not the first time that Trump has been criticized for his handling of foreign policy.
In September, the White House launched a probe into Trump’s handling of North Korea, including the administration’s use of diplomatic channels and private emails.
Trump, who has been under intense scrutiny from critics for his foreign policy, has repeatedly denied the accusations.
The White House said in a statement that the probe was launched to address “the seriousness of the threat posed by North Korea.”
The group said it had raised concerns with Trump’s National Security Adviser Michael Flynn, who later resigned.