Published: Mon, July 23, 2018
Sports | By Ivan Ross

‘It’s Really Distressing And Alarming’: Clinton Criticizes Trump’s Meeting With Putin

‘It’s Really Distressing And Alarming’: Clinton Criticizes Trump’s Meeting With Putin

Barletta attacked Democrats - who had criticized Trump's suggestion at the Helsinki summit that he believes Putin's denial of interfering in the 2016 elections - and, echoing the White House, Barletta stressed the potential for U.S. -Russia cooperation in world affairs. "There is simply no other way to explain why he would side with this Kremlin, a former KGB officer, rather than his own intelligence agencies".

Trump, meanwhile, forged ahead with efforts to portray the Helsinki summit as a triumph, and to impugn the motives and methods of USA law enforcement agencies looking into links between his 2016 presidential campaign and Russian Federation as it worked to subvert the election in his favor. Mr. Trump walked back the statement the next day. Any expression of concern about Russian interference seems, in President Trump's mind, to delegitimize his electoral victory, and consequently his presidency. After all, Trump represents a country that is far stronger than Putin's Russian Federation. "That is separate from the question of whether or not we should be clear-eyed about who Putin is", Rubio said.

President Donald Trump said Thursday he is "looking forward" to meeting again with Russian President Vladimir Putin to "begin implementing" issues they discussed during their summit earlier this week.

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According to the survey, 56 percent of Americans disapproved of Trump for expressing doubt over the US intelligence community's conclusions about Russian meddling and 29 percent approved. Of those surveyed, 40% think that Trump went too far in his support, 15% said he didn't go far enough, and 35% found the support for Putin was about right. "I've spent days, not just hours, but days, actually looking at intelligence".

"You need to work with Congress to come up with new sanctions because Putin's not getting the message", Graham said on CBS' "Face the Nation". Whether on objective or by pure coincidence, it was around this time that press secretary Sarah Sanders tweeted that the president was starting to plan a second meeting with Putin, this time at the White House in the fall. Nunes, R-Calif., and other Republicans had said that anti-Trump research in a dossier prepared by former British intelligence agent Christopher Steele and paid for by Democrats was used inappropriately to obtain the warrant on Page. According to Putin, this idea has been endorsed by Trump, although it is entirely unclear how this can be squared with current USA sanctions against Russian Federation. "I mean, it was a series of extraordinary capitulations that really do legitimately call into question what is going on", Rice said.

He tweeted: "I had a GREAT meeting with Putin and the Fake News used every bit of their energy to try and disparage it".

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But the Republican senator also stressed he has not seen a reason yet to believe Trump or his campaign colluded with Russian Federation.

Whatever Trump's motivation, there is also anxiety in Washington over his strategy of getting closer to Putin, even though most observers understand the necessity of communication between the world's two top nuclear powers at a time of dangerously ruptured ties with Moscow. "There is a direct national security interest for the United States in seeing democracy and stability in Nicaragua".

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