Most US Citizens Support Idea of another Trump-Putin Summit, Poll Reveals

Posted July 24, 2018

Trump fired off a defense of his performance while attacking the media who covered it as the ABC poll showed 50 per cent of Americans disapproved of his conduct at the summit, where he expressed support for Putin's "powerful" denial of election hacking despite the conclusions of USA intelligence.

Trump had just days earlier confirmed his acceptance USA intelligence conclusions about Russian interference.

He also adds that regardless of what the media is saying, that he "gave up NOTHING, we merely talked about the future benefits for both countries".

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Nunes' memo, which was cited by President Donald Trump in his attacks on the Mueller investigation, alleges that the author of the dossier, ex-British intelligence agent Christopher Steele, harbored anti-Trump motivations that were not disclosed in the FISA application.

"Also, we got along very well, which is a good thing, except for the Corrupt Media!" the President added in the same tweet, referring to himself and Putin. "It was a fraud and a hoax created to target Trump", the president said in a series of tweets quoting Tom Fitton, president of the conservative watchdog group Judicial Watch.

The White House says President Donald Trump's threatening tweet shows he's not going to tolerate critical rhetoric from Iran, but claims the USA leader isn't escalating tensions between the two countries. Released online Saturday under the Freedom of Information Act, the documents note the political ties to Steele's work but said it still believed some of his report to be "credible".

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The FBI said it suspected Page had been "collaborating and conspiring with the Russian government".

"A disgrace to America", Trump's tweet continued.

That's not all - Parkhomenko has announced a new sound system arriving Monday to ensure the group is heard, and a singer will be performing the National Anthem while the group shows their patriotism with a sea of American flags, in celebration of the beginning of Paul Manafort's trial for engaging in a conspiracy against the USA and acting as an unregistered agent of a foreign principal, among other charges. According to analyst David Gergen on CNN, "It's bewildering, why the president would go back and call this a hoax".

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