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

White House Says 'Threat' From Russia Still Exists

White House Says 'Threat' From Russia Still Exists

"Because he's in charge of the country".

The news comes after National Intelligence Director Dan Coats warned that cyberthreats from the Kremlin are "blinking red".

"I thought it would be obvious but would like to clarify in case it wasn't". I think we have excellent people in the agencies. "When they tell me something, it means a lot".

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TRUMP: "Very strong on the fact that we can't have meddling, we can't have any of that - now look".

Steven Hall, the former head of Russian operations at the Central Intelligence Agency in Moscow, made the comments in a tweet, in which he also shared an article from The Atlantic calling Trump's relationship with Putin "The Crisis Facing America". But that statement was not acceptable.

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Earlier Wednesday, US President Donald Trump appeared to dismiss the threat at a cabinet meeting, saying "no" when asked by reporters whether Russian Federation was still targeting the United States.

GLOR: "But you haven't condemned Putin, specifically".

"The translator is somebody who, one, is probably not versed in the policy and is going to be able to explain the nuances of what went on there", said Thune, who is a member of Senate GOP leadership.

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She said Russian authorities already know the United States position. "But, no, I certainly don't have confidence in past people".

Democrats say the woman who translated for Trump - and the notes she likely took - could provide critical information about the meeting. He also said he misspoke when he suggested otherwise in a widely criticized press conference with Putin on Monday. I thought he could have been a little stronger about the meddling. Do you hold him personally responsible? We're also living in a grown-up world. But, he added: "I think it was, what, $100,000 worth of Facebook ads?"

The President first responded by slamming the "Fake News Media" and tried to turn the attention back to the economy and the money "he raised" at the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation meeting, where his attitude to overseas allies was also blasted. "It's insane. You do something that's positive and they try the make it as negative as possible".

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"Things emerged out that were very important", Trump declared. "They never paid any taxes, neither in Russian Federation nor in the United States and yet the money escaped the country, they were transferred to the United States". "Before Helsinki I was less sure; post Helsinki, I feel sick". He's been doing a very good job. He said he would help.

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