The White House says President Trump is considering a request by Vladimir Putin to potentially interrogate a group of Americans including a former U.S. Ambassador.
President Trump tweeted that "The Summit with Russia was a great success, except with the real enemy of the people, the Fake News Media."
An extremist group has called for ongoing protest against Waters, starting now.
President Donald Trump was asked twice whether he denies Russia is still targeting the U.S.
Trump denies Russia is still targeting the U.S., contradicting American intelligence agencies.
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The TAKE with Rick Klein Call it a walk-back, a cleanup or a clarification. Just don’t call it over. President Donald Trump on Tuesday did something he rarely does in asking for a do-over of his comments about Russia meddling. But he provided far more clarity a day earlier, when he declared that “we’re all to blame,” and expressed confidence in “both parties” -- American intelligence agencies and the Putin government. Even his acceptance of the judgment of the U.S. intelligence community that Russia tried to meddle in the election came late and with a loud caveat: “could be other people also.” What the president said Tuesday will probably be enough for many of his supporters, on Capitol Hill and among friendly pundits, to declare the episode to be in the past. But what happened in Helsinki wasn’t about a missing contraction or an error in transcription, any more than Charlottesville was about a stray turn of phrase regarding “both sides.” The questions raised by Monday’s...
The State Department awarded Maryland-based company Desbuild Limak D&K a contract for $21.2 million to revamp security for the new U.S. Embassy in Jerusalem.
The U.S. is "woefully unprepared to stop Russia's attack," an expert said.
"I'm happy to consider more sanctions," Ryan said.