Mueller will show that Trump is in Putin's pocket

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According to TheGuardian, during an interview with Jeff Glor of CBS News, Trump said that he told Putin during their meeting that he was "Very strong on the fact that we can't have meddling, we can't have any of that".

With that, Trump declared the contretemps over, insisting, "I think that probably clarifies things pretty good by itself".

The White House said on Wednesday that Trump would meet with his team about U.S officials being questioned by Russian Federation.

The former combat engineer with the U.S. Marine Corps sat glued to his cellphone screen in his downtown Seattle office, watching live on Monday as the American president suggested he believed Putin's denial that his agents interfered in the 2016 U.S. elections. Vega followed up. "No", Trump said. I have tremendous faith in Dan Coats, and if he says that, I would accept that.

Trump said people "who wanted to see a boxing match" were bothered by his rapport with Putin.

Standing beside the Russian leader, Mr. Trump seemed to lend credence to Putin's insistence that his government was not involved in the effort to influence the 2016 campaign.

When asked if he holds Putin personally responsible for the election interference, Trump said he does, but declined to say whether Putin had lied.

"I'll take a back seat to no one in the United States Senate on challenging what happened at North Atlantic Treaty Organisation, what happened in Helsinki", said Corker, who is retiring this year rather than seeking re-election.

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They had been trapped by rising floodwater more than two miles within the cave complex since June 23. The officials released the video on Saturday, but it was filmed the previous day.

"I wasn't doing a protest", Husseini said in an AP interview.

The president's changing statements about Russia's intentions toward the United States underscore his pattern of questioning his own intelligence agencies.

PRESIDENT Donald Trump has again contradicted USA intelligence agencies, saying that Russian Federation was not still targeting the United States, and accusing his critics of being deranged. But during a briefing this afternoon, White House spokeswoman Sarah Sanders said that's not the case.

Members of Congress, including several powerful Republicans, distanced themselves from Trump's remarks and aligned themselves with U.S. intelligence estimates that Russian Federation had interfered in the election. Trump reluctantly signed the bill but blasted its content, saying at the time it "improperly encroaches on executive power, disadvantages American companies, and hurts the interests of our European allies".

"In a key sentence in my remarks, I said the word "would" instead of "wouldn't", Trump said.

The senator renewed calls for Congress to hold hearings on Trump's private session with Putin and to pass legislation protecting special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation. But even then he made a point of adding, "It could be other people also". "We're not going to have it, and that's the way it's going to be". But that statement was not acceptable. "There are lots of people out there".

HORSLEY: There is. And remember; when Trump talks about inviting Russia back into the G-7 or bucks his advisers to congratulate the Russian president on his re-election in what was widely seen as a fraudulent vote, that says something about the U.S. So in foreign policy certainly action and policies count, but rhetoric counts, too.

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