Trump wants the meat cleavages in the United States to be regulated to ensure that they are not being used as a weapon of war.

“I don’t think it should be a weapon,” he told reporters at a White House briefing Thursday, adding that he would like the meat to be labeled and regulated to be made by a plant that produces animal products.

“We want to make sure that when you buy a meat cleavage, you know what you’re getting, and it’s not going to be a machine gun.

We want to know where it came from.”

Trump’s proposal to ban meat cleaves in the US comes as Congress considers a bill that would ban meat exports from countries that do not currently meet strict regulations.

Trump’s comments come after he called on the United Nations to ban all meat exports.

“The meat trade in the world, which is the biggest and the biggest problem in the entire world, is absolutely killing us,” Trump said in an interview with “Fox & Friends” that aired Thursday.

“You have countries that are exporting all of their meat to countries that aren’t doing it,” he said.

“It’s killing us.

The meat trade is killing us.”

The Trump administration has argued that the meat trade hurts American workers and the environment.

A recent report from the United Kingdom’s independent trade body, the Institute of Directors, found that the United Sates meat export trade is the world’s largest.

The meat industry, however, has countered that it is a major employer in the country and contributes to the U of A’s economy, which relies on export revenues.

Meat industry officials said Thursday that Trump’s proposal was an attempt to undermine the work of their industry and hurt the United Nation’s ability to regulate the meat industry.

Trump also said he was open to the use of beef for human consumption in the future, but said that a meat company must be given “a fair chance to compete.”

“We’re not going back to a time when we had to be out of the market,” Trump told reporters, adding, “I don.

I don’t want to do that.”

Trump said he believes that beef can be used for “a variety of things” such as burgers, cheese and even pasta.