Trump's National Security Advisor, John Bolton, said in a statement that Trump would not be meeting with Putin again until the "witch hunt" is over.
President Donald Trump’s latest controversies surrounding Russia have not gone over well with Republicans in Congress. But even worse for the GOP, they have not gone over well with the majority of American voters. As a result, Republicans on Capitol Hill are now desperately trying to find a way to distance themselves from the actions (and the words) of the president in order to avoid what they fear might be a disaster in this fall’s midterm elections.
Even though he is being investigated for potential crimes committed with Russia, Donald Trump is going to hold a private one on one meeting with Putin before their July 16 summit.
At press gaggle aboard Air Force One, Trump marked Veterans Day by claiming that he believes Putin when he tells him that Russia didn't interfere in the election, and saying that Russia tried to undermine US democracy is an insult to Putin.
Trump made the reason for his fight with the NFL clear on Sunday. The President is attempting to hide behind the flag to dodge the growing darkness of the Russia scandal.
“Trump just unilaterally surrendered to Russia on election interference,” Morgan Finkelstein, the Press Secretary for the liberal Center for American Progress Action Fund, said in a memo send to PoliticusUSA, in which Finkelstein likened the meeting between the two leaders to a “good first Tinder date.”
It is beyond comprehension that the intelligence community would ever distrust the White House to the extent that it withholds critical intelligence.
The Hillary Clinton campaign sent a strong signal today that they are about to go after Trump for his close ties to Russia.
When Priebus tweeted "the Trump-Pence ticket" will put America first, Olbermann observed, "Hey, @Reince, you misspelled 'Trump-Putin.'"