Putin probably involved in assassinations but not in US


"I was just saying she didn't seem to know anything". "I don't remember.' How did you get there?" But it could very well go back.

The escalating trade row was seen as a contributing factor to last week's global market rout that sent the S&P 500 and other major USA indexes to their worst performances in months. "They (Russians) meddled. But I think China meddled too", Trump told CBS News's popular "60 Minutes" in an interview.

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Two earlier encounters between the presidents, he said, had made it "clear that such top-level communication played a key role, irreplaceable role in guiding the relationship forward". He may leave. I mean, at some point, everybody leaves.

"Why would you trust him?' Stahl persisted".

He said there were now no plans for Putin and Trump to meet in Paris. "But I will tell you, I have no intention of doing that". I have a good chemistry with him. But we'll see what happens'.

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"It's harder to govern".

Watch Colbert's "interview" Trump in the video above. Instead, the President told Stahl that former President Barack Obama also maintained the same policy. 'I don't know.' Where's the house?

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While acknowledging Russia's interference in the United States elections - something that is accepted as fact among the United States intelligence community - Trump also pointed the finger of blame at China. We'll probably make a deal, but I don't think they're ready, Mr. Trump said. "And I think other countries".

"This is wonderful, ' Stahl said".

Fox's Varney praises Trump responding to Lesley Stahl Qs as "a remarkable contrast between this president and any president in my lifetime".

Stahl pressed Trump on why, "publicly", he never has "a harsh word for Vladimir Putin".

"I think China meddled also".

"You don't want to heal yet?' Stahl asked". In poisonings?" As Trump often does, he pushed the question aside, answering: "Probably he is, yeah. "They wouldn't be able to help me at all".

"There have to be consequences. for coming into our country illegally", he said, arguing that "part of the reason, I have to blame myself, the economy is so strong that everybody wants to come into the United States".

Linguistic peculiarities: Trump didn't directly accuse Putin of 'assassinations, ' says Kremlin There were no direct accusations against Vladimir Putin when Donald Trump replied to a question about "assassinations and poisonings" during a tense CBS interview, the Kremlin has said.