During a remarkable 46-minute joint news conference at the end of Monday's summit in Helsinki, Trump would not challenge Putin's claim that his government played no role in trying to sabotage the US election in 2016, despite the indictments Friday of 12 Russian intelligence officers, as part of the Justice Department's investigation. Where is the server?
When asked by "Fox News Sunday" anchor Chris Wallace about Russia's "annexation" of Crimea, Putin replied: "I'd like to make a correction".
"What happened to Hillary Clinton's emails, 33,000 emails gone, just gone". "I think we had a potential problem".
"The American people deserve to know what's happened. Virtually, none of it related to the campaign", he said.
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One neighbor said she heard between 10 and 20 gunshots during the incident. "It does happen everywhere". They chased him as he shot the gun three times, killing a female resident in her home, Connor said.
"They will have to try really hard to find something that did relate to the campaign".
"I consider them (the talks) very successful and useful", Putin said, praising the "frank and business-like atmosphere" of the summit. Today, America's so-called leader embarrassingly failed to stand up to the person who spearheaded the attack.
Without being prompted on the topic of collusion, he also added: "There was no collusion at all".
And he repeated his claim that Mueller's probe was just an excuse cooked up by Democrats for blowing the election.
Brennan also asked, "Republican Patriots: Where are you?" We won the Electoral College by a lot, 306 to 223, I believe. "His job is in representing his country and he is doing that to the best of his ability".
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I feel good, I feel motivated. "For this, I hope to bring luck, but with tranquillity". Today, Man Utd face a battle with Real Madrid over Sergej Milinkovic-Savic...
Putin, meanwhile, put a positive spin on the meeting - but again denied that Russian Federation meddled in the United States election and even offered to work with the USA to combat cyberwarfare.
The prime minister says Canada is also committed to standing with eastern European nations like Latvia, where he recently visited 450 Canadians troops leading a North Atlantic Treaty Organisation battle group whose task is to protect against a Russian invasion. "Because today, the president of the United States took your side in a fight between you and the United States". He also attacked his Democratic opponents and the Federal Bureau of Investigation, and he said when asked about the election meddling that he held both countries accountable for their state of relations. "I think we're all to blame".
However, while Stoltenberg gives Trump part of the credit, many North Atlantic Treaty Organisation members began increasing their defense spending prior to his taking office as the security concerns including Russia's military incursions into Ukraine and its annexation of Crimea as well as the rise of ISIS are also seen as contributing to the defense boost.
Trudeau's comments comes during one of the most tense periods in the Canada-U.S. relationships in recent years due to an ongoing trade war. "In that case, he should not object to the hackers recently indicted being brought to justice".
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Those leaders are already fuming over Trump's imposition of trade tariffs on various countries, including Russian Federation . It's taking a while for the near-universal stunned reaction to today's joint Trump-Putin presser to yield to analysis.