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U.S. intelligence chief says no disrespect intended toward Trump

23 July, 2018, 13:01 | Author: Candice Daniels
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As for the Helsinki meeting, "now we have Putin telling the world what was decided", she said, while "we're hearing crickets from the White House; nothing has been put out that contradicts or replaces Putin's agenda".

The poll also found that 47% of Americans think the country's world leadership has gotten weaker under Trump, with 30% believing it has strengthened, and 20% responding that there has been no change.

He said Mr. Trump missed an opportunity to bolster the US intelligence community's case against Russian actors by seeming to trust Mr. Putin, who said he didn't meddle. (They told him afterwards that any journalist would have asked the same question at that point in the press conference.) Over the next few days, Trump then attempted a stunningly awful walk back, called the media the "real enemy" of the American people, and came up with some creative ways to double down and deliberately extend the whole mess.

Rubio, who sits on the Senate Intelligence Committee, said that the administration and Congress now needs to focus on "deterring future attacks" by bad actors like Russian Federation.

Referring to Trump's claim later that he meant to say "wouldn't" instead of "would" at the summit, Rubio said, "I'm glad he came back the next day and sort of walked that back".

On Tuesday, Trump said he needed to "clarify" one word he said during the press conference.

But the Republican senator also stressed he has not seen a reason yet to believe Trump or his campaign colluded with Russian Federation.

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"What I think is indisputable is that they did interfere and they will do so in the future", Rubio said on CNN's "State of the Union". "Carter Page is one of these guys; we never would have heard of him before all this", Rubio said. When asked about Trump casting doubts about US intelligence in regards to Russian meddling, the number jumped to 56 percent disapproving to just 29 percent approving. After all, Trump represents a country that is far stronger than Putin's Russian Federation.

"You need to work with Congress to come up with new sanctions because Putin's not getting the message", Graham said on CBS' "Face the Nation". "That's an asymmetric advantage for the Kremlin, because they do".

President Donald Trump said Thursday he is "looking forward" to meeting again with Russian President Vladimir Putin to "begin implementing" issues they discussed during their summit earlier this week.

Director of national intelligence Dan Coats said his comments at the Aspen Security Forum in Colorado were not meant to be critical of the president's decision to invite Mr Putin to a meeting in Washington later this year. "The failing is that the president hasn't even described to his own intelligence chief what he may have agreed to".

"Basically, they are the ones that are trying to undermine our basic values and divide with our allies", Mr Coats said of Russian Federation.

Given the amount of evidence against Russia, Gowdy said not just Democrats, but every American, was a victim of Russia's cyberattacks in 2016.

"I think it's imperative that he understand that he's misjudging Putin", Mr Graham told reporters.



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