After Helsinki, Dems struggle over Trump, the term 'treason'

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Trump said he had been "very strong on the fact that we can't have meddling, we can't have any of that".

President Donald Trump entertained a proposal from Vladimir Putin to let Russian authorities question the former US ambassador to Moscow, Michael McFaul, White House Press SecretarySarah Huckabee Sanders said Wednesday.

Some on social media thought First Lady Melania Trump looked "horrified" after shaking hands with Russian president Vladimir Putin at the July 16 summit in Finland. I will tell you though: "it better not be, it better not be", Trump told CBS News.

In the interview, President Trump said he agrees Russian Federation meddled in his victorious election and has said so "numerous times before". Sanders added that Trump "said it was an interesting idea".

In morning tweets, Trump condemned "haters" who did not want him getting along with Putin, saying they suffered from "Trump Derangement Syndrome".

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"This is a moment where we should have access to what happened in that private meeting", Booker said. Sanders insists that there's no daylight between Trump and the intelligence community, who are on the lookout for Russian election interference and, she says, doing what they can to prevent it. It would allow Special Counsel Robert Mueller's prosecutors to question alleged Russian intelligence agents accused of hacking Democrat emails, but would also give Russian prosecutors access to USA officials allegedly involved with oligarch Bill Browder's tax crimes - notably, former U.S. ambassador to Moscow, Michael McFaul.

Jackson continued by saying this was the second time in three days that Trump or the White House has reversed course on what the president has said.

That same day, Coats issued a statement strongly rebuking the president: "We have been clear in our assessments of Russian meddling in the 2016 election and their ongoing, pervasive efforts to undermine our democracy, and we will continue to provide unvarnished and objective evidence in support of our national security".

"In a key sentence in my remarks I said the word "would" instead of "wouldn't", he said.

HORSLEY: Ailsa, I have to tell you there was considerable skepticism in the briefing room about that explanation. "I'm assuming that some of the information could only be given in a classified setting so I would think that before the relevant committees, I'm not saying it ought to be done in a public hearing, we at least ought to get access to the notes that the translators keep". "They didn't cover my meeting. and in that meeting, we discussed many, many things that were very, very positive for both countries".

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