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The vehicle, dubbed "Kortezh" (motorcade in Russian), is about 6.7m long, 2m wide and 1.6m tall, slightly larger than the American limousine known as the "Beast" which ferries Mr Trump around. "Recall also that some of the people hacked by GRU [Russia's military intelligence agency] agents were aware of that server and mentioned it in messages they sent, so that the Russians too were aware of it". Republicans who want to stop that could join with Democrats for a veto-proof majority.
Rush Limbaugh said watching the US media cover Monday's Trump-Putin summit was "comedy gold", but added the downside of its ineptitude is so-called journalists can "wreak tremendous havoc". He made the untenable assertion that "I have confidence in both parties" _ his intelligence officials, who say Moscow interfered, and Putin, who says it didn't. [Russia] did interfere in our elections. "I really believe that", Trump said in Helsinki. "I wanted him to win".
In his response video, the actor and longtime Republican teased that Trump looked like he was going to ask Putin for an "autograph" or a "selfie".
A detailed indictment Friday against 12 Russian military intelligence officers suggests that Mueller felt he got the information needed to construct the case without the Federal Bureau of Investigation having direct access to DNC equipment.
Vladimir Putin offered a football to Donald Trump at their Helsinki press conference
"Maybe we just knocked down that wedge, but it has driven a wedge, and President Putin said that", Trump told Hannity. I think that both of us would be very interested in doing that and we are. Everybody knows it. People are being brought out to the fore.
In Monday's news conference, Trump publicly cast doubts about the USA intelligence community's assessment that Russian Federation interfered in the 2016 election in a bid to tip the outcome in Trump's favor.
Just minutes before the press conference, a man holding a sign had a scuffle with security personnel and was escorted out of the room.
Instead, Trump threw his intel community under the bus at the presser which, Bartiromo said, raises the possibility of resignations in those intel orgs. As such, the former California governor didn't hesitate to call Trump's performance an "embarrassing" display.
The president's unguarded comments on Brexit in an interview with The Sun - published the night before his formal press conference with May - wrongfooted the prime minister at an already dicey moment. "It was nothing short of treasonous".