Emanuel: Take away Trump's security clearance after summit with Putin

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"I don't see any reason why it would be", the president said.

"I don't know if I've ever thought this, but I did yesterday: Can you actually take away a president's security clearance, since they shouldn't be getting intel from the intel community?" he said. "2016 was a testing ground and they will try in the future the outcome of any number of elections around the world which they see as crucial for their national interest", Tchantouridze said.

"It is the most serious mistake of his presidency and must be corrected - immediately", he tweeted as Trump headed home.

He added that he had "full faith and support" for the U.S. intelligence agencies and "accepts" their conclusion that there was Russian interference but he added: "It could be other people also". "President Putin was extremely strong and powerful in his denial today".

But faced with outrage at home, with even some of his political allies demanding that he reverse course, Trump - in an extraordinary postscript to the summit - sought to walk back his remarks.

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In the Finnish capital, Trump had refused to say he believed United States intelligence agencies over Russia's denials of meddling and delivered no condemnation of Moscow's interference.

In the press conference on Monday, Trump called the United States "foolish", according to a Time transcript.

Earlier Tuesday, House Republicans have used a party-line vote to block a Democratic measure aimed at condemning President Donald Trump's stunning comments in Helsinki, Finland, about Russian Federation. Asked if Russian Federation was at all to blame for the poor ties, he said: "I hold both countries responsible".

Trump admitted: 'I accept our intelligence community's conclusion that Russia's meddling in the 2016 election took place'.

"Given the unfriendliness of the press toward the president, why should we focus on a press conference?"

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Schnatter reportedly recounted the incident in the letter, saying he said he wasn't racist during the conference call. A representative for Schnatter declined to comment on whether he was considering legal action.

"Not only were Trump's comments imbecilic, he is wholly in the pocket of Putin", the former Central Intelligence Agency boss added. Trump is trying to do something that both of his immediate predecessors tried to do: turn over a new leaf with Russian Federation. "I just want this country to be safe", he said.

Trump had hoped the indictment would strengthen his hand during the summit, according to the White House sources.

At the news conference Trump was invited by reporters to offer even a single criticism of Russian Federation, but repeatedly declined.

That's what a handwritten note attached to U.S. President Donald Trump's remarks said on Tuesday, one day after he questioned information from his intelligence agencies suggesting Russian Federation had meddled in the 2016 presidential election. A senior administration official said the president was far more impacted by external critics, including those on Fox, than by any of his advisers, who were roundly disappointed by his performance.

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The speaker said he stood by his Monday statement that "the president must appreciate that Russian Federation is not our ally". Trump wrote in a celebratory tweet Monday morning. "The president must appreciate that Russian Federation is not our ally".

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