Trump Touts Video Showing Him Repeatedly Diluting His Russia Criticism

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At the press conference with Mr. Putin, Mr. Trump refused to directly say Russian Federation was responsible for hacking the Democratic National Committee and meddling with the 2016 presidential election.

Kimmel went after President Donald Trump on Tuesday night after the chief executive clarified the comments he made Monday about Russian tampering in the 2016 presidential election and his view of American intelligence teams.

"It's insane and should be called insane and outrageous, not just by me, but by the United States government", McFaul said.

In what President Trump called a "tremendous" gesture, Mr Putin said he would let U.S. prosecutors interview the 12 Russians in exchange for Russian access to USA nationals the Kremlin accuses of "illegal actions".

Donald Trump reiterated the statement that Democrats and the press are the enemy just before his summit with Putin kicked off earlier this week, launching into them in a tweet while he was en route to Helsinki.

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And Senate Democratic Leader Chuck Schumer quickly criticized the President's comment, tweeting, "Mr. President".

The accompanying cover story by Brian Bennett, titled, "Trump Wanted a Summit With Putin.

It is why I believe we are at a critical point", Coats said on Friday.

"We see that there are forces in the USA that are easily ready to sacrifice Russian-American relations for their own ambitions", Mr Putin said.

Trump, by contrast, has come under widespread domestic criticism about the meeting both from Democratic opponents and senior Republicans. Browder has said he helped expose corruption in Russian Federation. Instead, Trump has been accused of siding with the Russian leader against his own intelligence agencies and humiliating the U.S.by declining to challenge an authoritarian leader accused of attacking America.

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"The administration is not going to send, force Americans to travel to Russian Federation to be interrogated by Vladimir Putin and his team", Pompeo said.

When Trump discussed the idea during his news conference on Monday, he offered no indication of disagreement.

In a later briefing, White House spokeswoman Sarah Huckabee Sanders insisted that Trump's "no" actually meant he was not taking any more questions from reporters.

Trump's performance at the summit was so roundly condemned that he issued an emergency statement Tuesday blaming his blunder on a slip of the tongue.

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo is due to testify before the Senate next week about the summit. The New START treaty, which was agreed to by President Barack Obama and President Dmitry Medvedev, confirmed and expanded Cold War-era commitments by Russian Federation and the U.S.to reduce their deployed nuclear warheads. In return, Mr Putin suggested he might allow access to 12 Russians indicted by the US. "We're also living in a grown-up world", he said.

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During a news conference after Monday's summit, Mr Trump was asked about alleged Russian meddling in the U.S. election.

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