Published: Fri, July 20, 2018
Global News | By Stacy Ballard

Trump planning to invite Putin to Washington this fall: White House

Trump planning to invite Putin to Washington this fall: White House

Browder wasn't surprised that Vladimir Putin called him out specifically after being a thorn in Moscow's side for as long as he has.

"Actually, I'm interpreting what the president was saying".

Nauert also responded to the Russian government's claim that Trump and Putin arrived at "agreements" that would soon be implemented. The White House said on Wednesday that Trump was considering the proposal, drawing a barrage of criticism from his fellow Republicans as well as Democrats.

Meanwhile, the White House sought Thursday to tamp down another firestorm that broke out in the wake of Trump's summit this week with Putin, making clear the president does not support the Russian leader's proposal to allow his government to interview American officials. Sanders also said the White House believes the Russian threat of targeting USA elections "still exists".

The poll surveyed more than 2,000 adults from July 16-17, 48 hours immediately following the Trump-Putin joint press conference. He was asked by a reporter if Russian Federation is still targeting the US, to which he replied, "No".

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Anger grew in the USA at the prospect of turning American citizens over to the Russians for questioning, and on Thursday the White House stepped back.

"That's not going to happen", U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo told CBN News on Thursday.

Putin told Russian diplomats that US-Russian relations are "in some ways worse than during the Cold War" but that his Monday summit with Trump allowed them to start on "the path to positive change". "There is just rule of Putin".

In what President Trump called a "tremendous" gesture, Mr Putin said he would let U.S. prosecutors interview the 12 Russians in exchange for Russian access to USA nationals the Kremlin accuses of "illegal actions".

Coats took the extraordinary step of publicly contradicting Trump shortly after the president's meeting with Putin in Helsinki, Finland, saying the American intelligence community stands by its assessment.

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"My people came to me - Dan Coats came to me, some others - they said they think it's Russia", Trump said.

"He does believe that they would target US elections again", Sanders asserted.

"It was successful overall and led to some useful agreements. We never said, 'Just kidding, '" Sanders replied. "There's been no president ever as tough as I have been on Russian Federation", he said.

The two major American political parties appear largely united in their desire to keep the Kremlin in check. Trump is a guy who likes cutting deals and to walk away from a meeting with a deliverable.

Two days earlier, Coats was more forceful in his warnings that Russian Federation and other countries would continue their attempts to breach U.S. systems.

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After reviewing a transcript of the press conference, he says he meant to say, "I don't see any reason why it wouldn't be Russia" who attempted to meddle in America's 2016 presidential election.

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