Trump sparked further fury after publicly accepting Putin's denial of any interference over the assertions of his own intelligence agencies. "We wouldn't actually spend as much time and effort as we are if we didn't believe that [Russia is] still looking at us", she said.
Cecilia Vega: "Is Russia still targeting the U.S., Mr. President?" "We will see how things develop further", Putin said, evoking those in the USA trying to prevent any improvement in relations and "putting narrow party interests above the national interest".
Cherwinski told investigators that what surveillance video caught on camera as an "accident" and that he was trying to move Holden out of the way, WSAV reported . Cherwinski's attorney, Tina Marie Hesse, declined to comment. "I didn't even know I could do that", Holden told entertainment show "Inside Edition." .
He adds: "As usual, not a level playing field". Tightening now hurts all that we have done. With trade tensions rising, so is the pushback in the US from private business that see potentially devastating ramifications, not only from China, but from Europe, Canada, and other countries in Asia.
Putin and I agree with our intelligence officials that they did attempt to meddle in the election". "I don't see any reason why it would be", Trump said. "All the more as the United States will host the World Cup in 2026". The US President also mentioned that Special Counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into Russian meddling in the 2016 campaign was "a disaster for our country", while also saying that it had negatively impacted US-Russia relations.
The vote also demonstrated the vital importance of the four or five Labour Brexiteers who have repeatedly defied their own party whip and voted with the government. Tuesday's vote will also test her authority, with a source in the opposition Labour Party saying it would support an attempt to change the wording of her trade bill, voting alongside Conservative rebels to try to defeat the government.