White House Says It's Weighing Putin Offer Of Joint Police Interrogations

White House Says It's Weighing Putin Offer Of Joint Police Interrogations

White House Says It's Weighing Putin Offer Of Joint Police Interrogations

"Take this to the bank, @realDonaldTrump: you turn over former U.S. Ambassador @McFaul to Putin, you can count on me and millions others to swiftly make you an ex-president", Rep. Eric Swalwell of California, a Democrat on the House Intelligence Committee, said in a tweet.

"He understands it, and he's not happy about it", Trump said.

In an interview with "CBS Evening News," Trump said he agreed with Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats, who has repeatedly spoken out about Russia's meddling. "The president was ... said, "Thank you very much, ' and was saying 'no" to answering questions", Sanders insisted.

Even many Republicans are lashing out at Trump after his weird performance at his meeting with Vladimir Putin. Trump clarified Tuesday that he meant to say "wouldn't", not "would".

The operative told Sexton that it was Trump's performance at a televised press conference following the Helsinki meeting with Putin that pushed him over the edge, though he had backed Trump through numerous other controversies.

While meeting with members of Congress at the White House, Trump defined the trip as a "peace through strength" tour that boosted deliverables. "I never want to say never about anything, but it's certainly not high on our list of investigative techniques", he told the Aspen Security Forum in Colorado.

On Wednesday, Trump told reporters that Russian Federation does not pose a threat to the US, directly contradicting his director of national intelligence's statements. "Many positive things will come out of that meeting", the United States president said in another tweet.

The Trump administration has faced a rocky road since the president's summit last month with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un in advancing Trump's goal of complete denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula.

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He thinks it's a good thing to get along with the other person that controls that much of the nuclear arsenal across the globe.

"It's called Trump Derangement Syndrome!" the president wrote on Twitter, borrowing a line from Sen. She said he and Putin discussed "a range of issues" besides election interference and that the president is hopeful he can work with Russian Federation on several fronts. They would rather go to war than see this. Susan Collins of ME said of Trump's one-word response. "We're also living in a grown-up world", he said.

Trump called it an "interesting idea" and an "incredible offer" at the news conference. I will tell you though, it better not be.

"The president also sees this as an opportunity, as he said many times, to be able to work with Russian Federation.

I can only say that I do have confidence in our intelligence agencies as now constituted", President Trump told CBS Evening News anchor Jeff Glor.

"The briefing of the so-called Russian meddling in our elections had varying degrees of confidence level expressed by the intelligence community at various points", Massie said, alleging that evidence for Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election is not as clear as the media may suggest.

McCain was actually an early Trump regretter, endorsing Trump for president in 2016, but later pulling his endorsement after a tape surfaced in October of that year on which Trump was heard making crass and sexist remarks about women, and boasting about kissing and sexually grabbing them against their will, The Guardian reported.

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