Backtracking president keeps stumbling over Russian Federation

Donald Trump has the perfect excuse to insist he did not kowtow to Putin Bad grammar

Backtracking president keeps stumbling over Russian Federation

CNN producer David P Gelles shared a screenshot of what he assumed was the phrase "THERE WAS NO COLLUSION" written in all caps across Trump's talking points.

Later on Tuesday, Trump again contended that his Helsinki summit was a "great success" and blamed what he called "the Fake News Media" for contrary views.

On Tuesday, government officials in Moscow said he meant $400,000, not $400 million.

"That has me concerned because if the President doesn't believe our intelligence services, doesn't believe that those indictments are appropriate, then the administration might not work as hard as they should to bring these people justice", he said. 'I have President Putin - he just said it's not Russian Federation.

Standing next to Putin on Monday, Trump cast doubt on his country's intelligence agencies' assessment that Russian Federation had meddled in the 2016 United States presidential election. It "underlines the fact that people don't know what he's saying or why he's saying it".

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Trump first questioned why the Federal Bureau of Investigation never directly reviewed Democratic National Committee servers - which US officials said were hacked by Russian intelligence officers.

Senator John McCain, a Republican from Arizona, called Trump's actions Monday at the Helsinki summit "one of the most disgraceful performances by an American president in memory".

When asked if he believed the Russian leader or his own intelligence agencies, Trump actually said there were "two thoughts" on the matter, and said he has "confidence in both parties".

Trump has been a almost solitary figure in his administration in holding onto doubts about whether Russians tried to sway the election.

On Tuesday, Trump walked back those comments, reading from a written statement saying he had "full faith" in the USA intelligence community and that he misspoke when he said he didn't think Russian Federation interfered in elections.

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Kasparov said that the press conference was a clear indication Trump and Putin are alike in that neither represent their nations. Monday's news conference turned on some sharp questions by Jonathan Lemire, White House correspondent for The Associated Press.

White House Chief of Staff John Kelly was also reportedly angered by Trump's press conference and believed it would add fuel to special counsel Robert Mueller's ongoing Russian Federation probe.

"Not only were Trump's comments imbecilic, he is wholly in the pocket of Putin", the former Central Intelligence Agency boss added.

"Congratulations, you're in World War III", Trump said. This attitude must have made European allies of the United States nervous. Putin's initial figure suggested a huge chunk of her money came from a small cabal of financiers. When tensions are higher than they've ever been - including the Bay of Pigs - when tensions are higher between the USA and Russian Federation than ever before, I'm not going to stand next to the man and call him a liar to his face because it would undo all of the great progress we had just made.

Several senators, including Republican Ben Sasse, Republican Pat Toomey, Senate Democratic Leader Chuck Schumer and Mark Warner, the senior Democrat on the Senate intelligence panel, have backed more sanctions on Russian Federation, but it was unclear whether Senate or House of Representatives leaders would support such a move or how new sanctions might be crafted.

That tweet came before the "CBS Evening News" broadcast an interview with Trump in which he cast doubt on Coats' recent warning that the nation is susceptible to a large-scale cybersecurity attack. I think the US has been foolish. They have paid $33 Billion more and will pay hundreds of Billions of Dollars more in the future, only because of me.

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THE FACTS: No, increased military spending by North Atlantic Treaty Organisation members is not "only because" of him.

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