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Russia definitely blundered badly in Helsinki. Most bizarre report today is the tirade by the former NatSec Advisor and Russia Appeaser #1 under the previous Administration.
Donald J. Trump on Twitter: “The Summit with Russia was a great success, except with the real enemy of the people, the Fake News Media. I look forward to our second meeting so that we can start implementing some of the many things discussed, including stopping terrorism, security for Israel, nuclear……..”
Yes, Russia’s attempt to influence the election is a serious problem, but let’s not give Vladimir Putin more credit than he is due.
Putin paints the talks as a success for Russia as aides discuss potential cooperation on Syria.
ABC News Published on Jul 22, 2018 George Stephanopoulos interviews Ambassador Susan Rice, former President Barack Obama’s national security adviser, on “This Week.”
The former secretary of state expressed a number of fears over Russian interference in American politics.
Hillary Clinton has indicated that she believes Donald Trump was played by Vladimir Putin at their crunch summit in Helsinki. The former presidential candidate spoke out about the controversial meeting,…
Florida GOP Sen. Marco Rubio said Sunday that he supports President Donald Trump interacting with Russian President Vladimir Putin, but said Trump should be aware of Putin’s human rights record and zero-sum approach to the US-Russia relationship.
Michael McFaul, a former U.S. ambassador to Russia, on Sunday urged President Trump and other world leaders to “reject” Russian President Vladimir Putin’s efforts to spread disinformation about his critics.
President Trump on Sunday blamed his predecessor for the response to Russian election interference in 2016, which he appeared to call “a big hoax.”
In an evening tweet, the president once more muddied the waters on whether he thinks Russia meddled in the 2016 campaign.
President Trump again touted his Helsinki meeting with Russia’s Vladimir Putin, calling it “GREAT” on Twitter on Sunday, but lawmakers from both parties remain critical and also oppose his inviting Putin to Washington. Trump also levels new blast at U.S. law enforcement and intelligence agencies.
The South Carolina Republican chastised Trump for inviting Putin to Washington this fall.
President Donald Trump is lashing out in all directions as the fallout from his summit with Vladimir Putin becomes ever more toxic, the Russia investigation grinds on with no end in sight, and his frustration boils over on a lack of progress on North Korea.
Rather than Coats, it is the president who has ‘gone rogue’ on our values.
Make no mistake, Putin is ruthlessly focused on shaping our political discourse and stimulating partisan bickering in the US.
Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) said he supports President Donald Trump interacting with Russian President Vladimir Putin, but that Trump should be aware of Putin’s human rights record and zero-sum approach to the US-Russia relationship.
One version of the events, anyway.
Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., challenged President Trump on Sunday to get tougher on Russia to prevent it from interfering in the 2018 midterm elections, like the country did in 2016.
"We can't go back and change what happened. As I said, it was not a good moment, but it was what it was," Rubio told "Face the Nation" on Sunday
Jeremy Bash from MSNBC thinks that Trump has entered into a secret deal with Putin. President Donald Trump went through with the Helsinki summit with Putin against the wishes of top Democrats after …
President Trump’s approval rating reached an all-time high this month buoyed by strong support from Republicans.
President Donald Trump’s one-on-one meeting with Russian leader Vladimir Putin continues to unsettle lawmakers and foreign policy experts, many of whom also gave the thumbs-down to a possible follow-up meeting at the White House.
A Washington Post/ABC poll released Sunday reveals that Americans’ positions on President Donald Trump are hardening, but that those who say they ‘strongly disapprove’ of Trump’s performance outnumber those who say they ‘strongly approve’ by better than 2 to 1, according to the Post.
The fear in the West prior to the Helsinki summit between Russian President Vladimir Putin and U.S. President Donald Trump was that Trump would simply
Deeply alarmed at President Trump’s attacks on NATO and the transatlantic relationship, European governments are rethinking their reliance on the United States as an ally, a potentially momentous shift that could eventually lead to new security arrangements independent of Washington, officials say.