Trump, after Helsinki summit, says he has confidence in USA intelligence

U.S. President Donald Trump speaks with Russian President Vladimir Putin during a press conference after their meeting at the Presidential Palace in Helsinki Finland Monday

Trump Questions US Intel, Not Putin, on Russia 2016 Meddling

During a news conference featuring Trump and Putin after their face-to-face summit Monday in Helsinki, the USA president was asked if he believed the Russian president or US intelligence agencies on whether Russia meddled in USA elections. "I hope so. I've been saying it, and I'm sure you've heard over the years, and as I campaigned, that getting along with Russian Federation is good thing, not a bad thing", he said. "I will tell you that President Putin was extremely strong and powerful in his denial today", Trump told reporters.

Senator Bob Casey released a statement on President Donald Trump's press conference with Russian President Vladimir Putin. I felt this was a message best delivered in person.

Putin again denied Moscow ever interfered in the 2016 USA election and proposed an "expert council" to improve relations between the countries. Trump when on to say "There was no collusion at all".

"I did not think this was a good moment for our country", Corker said. Putin offered an apparently identical ball to the emir of Qatar, the next nation to host the World Cup, one day before his meeting with Trump. Browder was a driving force behind a USA law targeting Russian officials over human rights abuses.

"Business associates of Mr. Browder have earned over $1.5 billion in Russian Federation", said Putin via an interpreter. Browder was a driving force behind a US law targeting Russian officials over human rights abuses.

On Friday, the Justice Department laid out details of what it said was a far-reaching hacking scheme in an indictment of 12 Russian agents whom it accused of trying to disrupt the USA election.

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US President Donald Trump has turned the Republican Party into what Jeane Kirkpatrick once contemptuously branded the Democrats: "the blame America first crowd". The Russian foreign ministry "liked" his words and tweeted back: "We agree".

Asked about the tweet and whether he held Russian Federation responsible for anything, Trump said he held "both countries responsible" thinks the United States has been "fooling" and that "we're all to blame". "The probe is a disaster for our country", he declared.

Putin, speaking through an interpreter, once again denied what he described as "so-called interference of Russian Federation".

The two men held almost two hours of closed-door talks in the Finnish capital Helsinki on Monday.

Putin said allegations that Russian intelligence agencies had collected compromising information on Trump were "sheer nonsense". I think we've all been foolish.

'I'd like to say I'm shocked but this is the world in which we live now'. "We must consider they may try to do it again".

Summit with Putin off to a ‘very, very good start’
The long-awaited meeting between US President Donald Trump and his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin took place in Helsinki . Trump's messaging matches the Russian government's own claims that Obama somehow orchestrated the USA election attacks .

"Today's negotiations reflected our joint wish - our joint wish with President Trump to readdress this negative situation in the bilateral relationship", he said. They met on the sidelines of world leader meetings in Germany and Vietnam a year ago.

Trump's top national security officials, Democrats and most Republicans in Congress say United States intelligence agencies got it right in finding that Russians secretly tried to sway the election.

Putin arrived to the meeting 35 minutes late.

Trump's morning remarks, however, were different.

"President Trump just attacked our intelligence agencies and law enforcement for doing their jobs while standing next to a dictator who intervened in our election to help elect Trump". At one point, he shot Putin a wink.

According to Trump, the pair "spoke of Russian interference in the election".

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Putin on multiple occasions made troll-y remarks about the allegations that Russian Federation had dirt on Trump.

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