Published: Thu, July 19, 2018
Global News | By Stacy Ballard

Protester dragged out of hall ahead of Trump-Putin conference

Protester dragged out of hall ahead of Trump-Putin conference

Ahead of Trump's meeting with Putin, both Republican and Democratic lawmakers had urged the US president to press for the extradition to the United States of the Russian agents.

Monday's session was condemned in advance by members of USA congress from both parties after the U.S. indictment last week of 12 Russian military intelligence officers accused of hacking Democrats in the 2016 election to help Mr Trump's presidential campaign.

Mr Trump also told ITV's Good Morning Britain that Mrs May should seek a "carve out" in any Brexit deal with the European Union which would allow the United Kingdom to secure a trade agreement with the US. "I think that the United States has now stepped forward along with Russia", Trump said, adding that he feels that the USA and Russia have "both made some mistakes".

In contrast, Trump was clearly uncomfortable while meeting Putin in Helsinki - and the internet filled in the blanks on what her facial expressions meant.

"The Ukrainian issue at the meeting will not be the main topic", - said the analyst.

"I've experienced what is obvious: If government officials don't like your questions, they just won't call on you", Husseini wrote.

The two men walked into the palace's Gothic Hall together, offering brief remarks and shaking hands for the cameras before the two men were left alone - save for a pair of interpreters - for the first meeting of the day.

Trump later said he misspoke and walked back his comments after a wave of Republican lawmakers voiced their concern. The summit also started almost an hour late.

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The US and Russian leaders came out of their meeting in Helsinki expressing a desire to cooperate on global challenges, after talks on an array of issues from Syria, Ukraine and China to trade tariffs and the size of their nuclear arsenals.

The Russian foreign ministry "liked" his tweet. This president, President Trump, has still - has never, ever agreed with his 16 independent agencies about the clear interference of the Russians in our elections in 2016.

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KING: All right. I want to ask you, Mr. Hagel, about the president's accusation that the Obama administration should've taken a more aggressive approach to Russian interference in the US elections.

The president said that although he believes U.S.

KING: President Trump did sign on to this joint declaration at the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation summit last week, which criticized Russian Federation for its annexation of Crimea.

HAGEL: First, I think this is a typical kind of response that we have been seeing from President Trump the previous year and a half - blame someone else, not my fault kind of approach.

US President Donald Trump and the Russian Federation President Vladimir Putin will meet on Monday in Finland's capital Helsinki.

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His comments drew widespread, bipartisan condemnations in the USA , with several critics calling them " disgraceful ". They said they think it's Russian Federation ; I have President Putin, he just said it's not Russian Federation .


Many top Republicans remained on the sidelines after the Justice Department on Friday indicted 12 Russian intelligence officials for election-related hacking.

Assad had invited Iranian forces into the country in order to combat terrorist groups, a lot of them foreign-backed, that had taken over swathes of Syrian territory.

Putin said it was time to talk about relations between Moscow and Washington and he suggested they should discuss hard multinational issues. "America wants a good relationship with the Russian people but Vladimir Putin and his thugs are responsible for Soviet-style aggression", Sasse said in the statement. "I think that the United States has now stepped forward along with Russian Federation", he added.

"Many countries are not paying what they should".

"They're making a big mistake", Paul said. "I think we will end up having an extraordinary relationship". Although Finland is not a member of the alliance, it does cooperate on peacekeeping, training and security missions. "I think it was a strong news conference". Let's hear a little bit of that.

"It was great today, but I think it was really bad five hours ago", Trump said.

John Fritze reported from Washington.

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But he says President Trump should not have confronted Putin on election interference, and the president also denied it entirely. Trump was widely criticized for comments he made after the sit-down Monday with Putin in Helsinki , Finland.


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