Trump's decadelong fawning over Russia, Putin

Trump's decadelong fawning over Russia, Putin

Trump's decadelong fawning over Russia, Putin

This comes after Donald Trump Junior released an email chain about a brief meeting with a Russian lawyer, which he says was for opposition research on Hillary Clinton.

The measure is yet to be voted on in the lower House of Representatives and Trump did not answer whether he would sign such a measure into law. Russian Federation denies meddling, and Trump says there was no collusion.

"I think any witness who's been asked to testify in Congress should do that", Ryan said.

"The White House is functioning beautifully, despite the hoax made up by the Democrats".

A federal special counsel and several congressional panels are investigating allegations by US intelligence agencies that Russia meddled in the 2016 USA presidential election and potential connections between Russian officials and the Trump campaign.

Trump has defended his son, tweeting this week that the criticism he's faced is part of the "witch hunt".

The Chinese journalist asked questions of both presidents, first addressing Macron in French and then speaking to Trump in English.

"Most of the phony politicians who are Democrats who I watched over the last couple of days - most of those phonies that act holier-than-thou, if the same thing happened to them, they would have taken that meeting in a heartbeat", he said.

"We are being absolutely devastated by bad trade deals", Trump told reporters. We've got to ask about this.

"Honestly, in a world of politics, most people are going to take that meeting. But you'll need anywhere from 700 to 900 miles", he told the traveling reporters. It was a short meeting.

Trump said it was normal in United States politics for campaign teams to look into allegations about their opponents, as his son agreed to do before the meeting in June 2016.

Donald Trump may have raised election interference with Vladimir Putin but how hard did he press him? The five-member commission's three Republicans said they could not support moving forward because not all the facts were available.

"Whether it's Russian Federation or anybody else, we can't let there be even a scintilla of doubt when it comes to an election".

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