Marco Rubio, R-Fla., and Chris Van Hollen, D-Md., that would slap new sanctions on Russian Federation or any other country caught posting ads, running fake news or otherwise interfering with election infrastructure.
'The Fake News Media is going insane!
In his tweets on Thursday, he also asserted that reporters "make up stories without any backup, sources or proof". Numerous stories written about me, and the good people surrounding me, are total fiction.
Conservative columnist George Will, who has repudiated Trump, suggested in a Washington Post column on Tuesday that the president refused to release the filings because "he had more to fear from making his tax returns public than from keeping them secret". "Give me a break", Paul wrote.
Russia's RIA news agency, citing Moscow's envoy to Pyongyang, reported that a summit between the leaders of Russian Federation and North Korea is "on the agenda" and that it would be "logical" to raise the idea of lifting sanctions.
"The Fake News Media wants so badly to see a major confrontation with Russian Federation, even a confrontation that could lead to war".
Trump's bungled retraction is "probably the best we're going to be able to get, right?" Sen. That came just days after National Intelligence Director Dan Coats sounded an alarm, comparing the cyberthreat today to how the way US officials said before 9/11 that intelligence channels were "blinking red" with warning signs that a terror attack was imminent.
So many people at the higher ends of intelligence loved my press conference performance in Helsinki.
The president and his staff have attempted to walk back and clarify his comments numerous times since his return to the White House Monday evening.
But McFaul, who served as ambassador from 2012 to 2014 and has written a memoir describing Putin's mission to discredit him, said he was alarmed that the White House would even entertain the idea. The next day, Mr Trump claimed he had misspoke, and had meant to say he did not see any reason why Russian wouldn'tbe responsible for interfering in the 2016 vote. "We continue to urge Russian authorities to work with the U.S. Department of Justice to pursue those in Russia who in fact perpetrated the fraudulent scheme that Russia refers to that targeted not only Mr. Browder, but also his company and.the Russian people as a whole".
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You know what? I believe our intelligence agencies.
'I'm a low-key, understated guy, but that should not be mistaken for what my spine is made out of.
"With that being said, all I can do is ask the question [of Putin]".
"I was absolutely appalled by what I heard at the White House today".
The president said, "Thank you very much, no", shaking his head. And over the years, the handling officer - Putin, in this case - realises what the asset wants, and that's what they provide.
In the interview, Trump cited both countries fighting on the same side in World War II.
"In the minds of numerous president's supporters, they perhaps do agree with this very unconventional diplomacy that he is engaging in with North Korea and Russia", Reid said. "And there's been no president ever as tough as I have been on Russia", Trump said before the Cabinet meeting, adding that Putin "understands it and he's not happy about it".
'Yeah and I've said that before, Jeff.
"I have not spoken to him", Ryan said. I want to focus on how we're going to ratchet down tensions. You look at [former CIA Director John] Brenna, you look at [former DNI James] Clapper, you look at [former NSA chief Michael] Hayden, ' Trump began.