Trump says would like to have Russia's help with North Korea

Posted December 18, 2017

Putin also noted during the news conference that he calls Trump "Donald" when they talk and that Trump calls him by his first name.

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President Donald Trump spoke by phone with President Vladimir Putin of Russian Federation on Thursday, talking about how they can work together to resolve the situation involving North Korea's nuclear program, the White House said.

"Look at the markets, which have grown".

Since taking office, Mr Trump has made a series of contrasting comments about whether he believes the Russians were involved in disrupting last year's election - as America's intelligence agencies have concluded.

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President Donald Trump would like to have Russia's help to deal with North Korea, he told reporters following his phone call with President Vladimir Putin.

"President Trump thanked President Putin for acknowledging America's strong economic performance in his annual press conference", the statement said. Describing his conversation with Putin, Trump said it was "great". However, he added that the improving state of the American economy under Trump's presidency should be acknowledged, even by his critics.

In his press conference Mr Putin accused those investigating potential collusion between Russian Federation and Mr Trump's 2016 presidential campaign of damaging the United States political situation, "incapacitating the President and showing a lack of respect to voters who cast their ballots for him".

"What did someone see that was egregious about this?"

Macierewicz said in a radio interview that Putin "should have the courage to take responsibility for what has happened".

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"All of this has been invented, made up by people who are in opposition to President Trump", he said.

The White House added that both "discussed working together to resolve the very unsafe situation in North Korea".

Echoing Trump's own language, Putin also claimed that there was a "deep state" hidden in the US government that sought to undermine US-Russian relations.

Mr Trump has repeatedly said all options remain on the table.

"The primary point was to talk about North Korea, because we would love to have his help on North Korea".

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