Published: Sat, July 21, 2018
World Media | By Cesar Oliver

Russia agrees to help with North Korea relationship, Trump says ZlotoNews

Russia agrees to help with North Korea relationship, Trump says ZlotoNews

President Trump and Vladimir Putin in Helsinki.

President Donald Trump said on Wednesday his meeting with Vladimir Putin would lead to "big results", in a continuing bid to calm a storm over his failure to criticize the Russian leader for Moscow's actions to undermine the 2016 USA election, Reuters reports.In a tweet Trump said he elicited a promise from Putin to help negotiate with North Korea but did not say how.

Trump insisted Monday in Helsinski that he believed Putin's denials of election hacking, but Tuesday read a statement claiming that he had misspoken in one particular remark questioning Russian interference in the election. He has since walked back his remarks, but initially he seemed eager to accept Putin's denial of Russian interference in the 2016 American election over the U.S. intelligence conclusion.

Although he faced pressure from critics, allied countries and even his own staff to take a tough line, Trump said not a single disparaging word in public about Moscow on any of the issues that have brought relations between the two nuclear powers to the lowest ebb since the Cold War.

Since then, the US President has backtracked on his comments.

Both pledged to improve relations between the United States and Russian Federation after years of tensions. "And that's the way it's going to be".

Republicans and Democrats on Tuesday used the same language - words like "damaging" - to describe Trump's performance beside Putin a day after he stood alongside Putin on foreign soil and sided with the Russian president over the US intelligence community.

On Capitol Hill, top Republican leaders said they were open to slapping fresh sanctions on Russian Federation, but they showed no sign of acting any time soon.

"Chuck said he wanted to think things over about what was said this morning before coming up with a specific plan", said Durbin who added that Schumer is reaching out to the entire Democratic caucus on how to proceed.

While meeting with members of Congress at the White House, Trump defined the trip as a "peace through strength" tour that boosted deliverables.

Republican Senator Bob Corker, chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, said congressional leaders were searching for the most effective response. They said I insulted people.

"I will say this: I don't see any reason why it would be".

The President is not finished, when the room of the White House, where he was briefed fully the lights went out.

"You know what? That makes sense".

All details about the meeting, trump and Putin read the special topic of NV.

"There's nothing to consult about", tweeted Dan Shapiro, U.S. ambassador to Israel during the Obama administration.

The Latest on continuing reaction to President Donald Trump's summit with Russia's Vladimir Putin.

"Big benefits and exciting future for North Korea at end of process!" he wrote.

Mark Levin slammed "psychopaths" in the media for the "overwrought, hysterical, insane" criticism of President Donald Trump following his summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin.

McConnell also said that North Atlantic Treaty Organisation was the United States' "most significant military alliance in history", adding that "the European countries are our friends and the Russians are not". "Lots of other people out there".

Trump said he misspoke during the Putin news conference, saying he used the word "would" rather that "wouldn't" in discussing Russian meddling. "The sentence should have been: "I don't see any reason why it wouldn't be Russia".

Republican Sen. Jeff Flake of Arizona said he is working on a resolution to "reaffirm support for the intelligence community", following Trump's comments.

"Trump 0 - Putin 1", blared the front page of Finland's Kauppalehti newspaper.

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