Away from the fury in Washington about the Trump-Putin summit, the president's electors are mystified about the indignation of Monday's press conference scandal
Wisconsin voters have expressed their support for Donald Trump. A US MSNBC correspondent traveled to Wisconsin to assess how people feel about Trump after initially questioning the US intelligence community's finding that Russia had hacked emails from the DNC in 2016. [19659002Trumpaensuiteddeclareditwas"hopelessthattherewasnodoubtthatRussiawouldbemissedoftheelectionsof2016
In Kenosha County, Wisconsin, MSNBC has been informed by Trump 's supporter:" He is an entrepreneur, he' s a man of. business, a president of the working class. He's trying to make this country even better. "
The broadcaster visited Kenosha County – a district that voted for Trump in 2016, the first time the region supported a Republican. for president since Richard Nixon. He found that "people in Central America do not care because they like what he does with the economy"
The broadcaster visited Kenosha County – a district that voted for Trump in 2016, the first time the region supported a Republican. for president since Richard Nixon.
He found that "people in Central America do not care because they like what he does with the economy."
One voter said Although there is a lot of backlash now, with him saying that "I did and I do not have it", I totally favor him.
"Because he is an entrepreneur, he is a businessman, a president of the working class.He tries to make this country even better."
This man said, "I do not worry a little about what the rest of the world thinks"
Another resident said, "I'm not worried about the rest of the world. They do not worry about us. I do not worry a bit about what the rest of the world thinks.
Mike Huckabee, a former presidential candidate, told MSNBC, "Many people in mainstream media do not understand why Donald Trump was elected. They are tired of elitist snobs watching their noses.
The former Governor of Arkansas added, "They get up, I tell you.
Former presidential candidate Mike Huckabee said, "Many people in the mainstream media do not understand why Donald Trump was elected because people are tired of the elitist snobs watching them"
A Customer at a restaurant in Kenosha said that even though Trump "had a Republican reaction on [the about-turn over the meddling] I think they just did not hear any of it." history. "
Yesterday the President challenged critics of his meeting with Vlad Imam Putin said that he would hold a second face-to-face meeting with the Russian leader.
The White House has explained later that plans are underway for Putin to come to Washington in the fall – a bold rebuttal of a torrent of President Donald Trump has challenged critics of his meeting with Vladimir Putin on Thursday and has planned a second face-to-face meeting with the head of the Russian state ” class=”blkBorder img-share” />
<img id = "i-91fb45958efbb613" src = "https://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/newpix/2018/ Donald Trump President Donald Trump has challenged critics of his meeting with Vladimir Putin on Thursday and has announced that he will not be able to do anything. plans a second face to face with Russian President The Russian leader
"These talks are already underway," said White House Press Secretary Sara h Sanders, in a tweet published late afternoon. Russia has declared itself ready to discuss a new meeting between the Russian president and his US counterpart, announced today the Interfax news agency quoting the Russian ambassador in the United States, Anatoly Antonov.
Trump's announcement of the imminent visit seemed to be part of a fight after the worst days of his presidency.
PALS: The first lady Melania Trump poses with presidents Putin and Trump after a press conference at the presidential palace in Finland
In an interview with CNBC early yesterday, Trump accused of stealing from the press. to be the "worst enemy" of Putin.
He described former President Barack Obama as "total patsy" for Russia in the same appearance.
National Intelligence Director Dan Coats was caught off guard by Trump's latest comments.
He took part in a television interview with Andrea Mitchell at the Aspen Security Forum when the White House dropped the bomb Putin would probably come to Washington.
Trump continued to insist in Thursday's tweets that his first summit with Putin was a "great success" because he called the media "a real enemy of the people"
"Say it again" , he replied, laughing at Mitchell's statement that Putin had been invited to meet Trump at the White House. "I heard you? he asked, putting his hand to his ear.
The MSNBC host said he had heard it well, which prompted Coats to breathe deeply before pronouncing the word "OK."
"It's going to be special," he says candidly.
The scene was perfect picture of the chaos that Trump's summit with Putin had caused – especially their private talks. Government officials have tried to follow what Trump promised or even publicly promised.
President Trump continued to insist Thursday on the tweets that his summit with Putin was a "big hit". He called the media "a real enemy of the people".
"I look forward to our second meeting so that we can start implementing some of the many things discussed, including terrorism, security for Israel, nuclear," he said in a statement. morning tweets. Peace in the Middle East, North Korea and more.
The President evaluated: "There are many answers, some easy and some difficult, to these problems … but they can be solved!
Secretary Sarah Sanders confirmed that a second meeting was being prepared a few hours later on Twitter
"In Helsinki, @POTUS has agreed to a permanent working dialogue between the two staffs of the Council President Trump asked @Ambjohnbolton to invite President Putin to Washington in the fall and these talks are already underway. "
A face-to-face meeting with Putin could take place at the United Nations General Assembly in September.
Putin did not make the trip to the United States last year to attend the meeting that is held annually in New York, but could change position this year as a result of the sensitization of Trump.
President Trump said past President Putin would be welcome in Washington. The Kremlin revealed that in a March 20 appeal, Trump suggested that they could have a White House summit.
The two presidents will certainly be back in November at the G20 summit in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Trump and Putin met for the first time at the meeting in Hamburg, Germany
. On Thursday, White House officials did not respond to the president's requests for clarification that he and Putin would meet a second time. Sanders sent his tweet more than six hours after DailyMail.com asked for it.
The subject was raised during Trump's face-to-face meeting with Putin in Helsinki, Finland. However, only the president and his translator would know from the United States
Sanders said Wednesday that she was unaware of a 135-minute meeting recording. A stenographer was not in the room at the time
President Trump and his administration remain engulfed in the political storm that followed a joint press conference with Putin in Helsinki, Finland
L & # 39; Trump administration has been engulfed firestorm since Monday's meeting with Putin. Lawmakers on both sides of the House and the media ridiculed Trump's press conference with the Russian leader in Helsinki.
The president again used his favorite form of attack on the press on Thursday, calling them "false news". media "to complain that the cover is" total fiction ".
& # 39; The fake media go crazy! They invent stories without any backup, source or evidence. Many of the stories written about me, and the good people around me, are a total fiction. The problem is, when you complain, you give them more publicity. But I will complain anyway! "He wrote on Twitter.
He did not specify any particular report or report.
In another tweet, he accused the media of preferring to go to war instead of having good relations with him. with Putin
"The false media want so much to see a major confrontation with Russia, even a confrontation could lead to war. They push so recklessly and hate the fact that I will probably have a good relationship with Putin. We do a lot better than any other country! & # 39; Wrote it.
The White House was overwhelmed by a wave of bad press, tweets criticizing them from lawmakers on both sides and the intelligence community, as well as a statement from their own director of national intelligence, Dan Coats, against his boss, the president
The siege appeared when the president seemed deferential to his Russian counterpart during his press conference in Helsinki
The president and his team tried to go back and clarify his comments several times since his return to the White House. Monday evening.
First of all, Trump said that he was poorly expressed when he said that he had "no reason" to believe that Russia's 39, was mingled with the elections of 2016. Next, Sanders said that Trump answered "no" to a reporter asking if Russia still interfered in the US elections because he was trying to cut the issues.
Another reversal occurred on Thursday when the White House said Trump did not allow investigators in Moscow to question perceived critics of Putin's regime.
President Trump called the proposal, which Putin expressed in response to a question on the extradition of 12 Russian officers accused of hacking the 2016 presidential election. # 39; incredible offer & # 39; at a press conference Monday.
Under pressure to denounce the claim, the White House said Thursday that Trump "does not agree" with Putin.
"It's a proposal made sincerely by President Putin, but President Trump is not in agreement". "I hope that President Putin will bring the 12 identified Russians to the United States to prove their innocence or guilt."
The Americans that Putin wanted to question, including the former ambassador of the United States United in Russia Michael McFaul, expressed their astonishment. The state department called it absolutely absurd at a press conference Wednesday.
Trump attacked the media in a twitter diatribe Thursday morning [19659075HechargedthemediawithwantingwarwithRussia” class=”blkBorder img-share” />
He accused the media of wanting war with Russia
He thanked his favorite morning show ". Fox & Friends, of which he is a faithful spectator
It's unclear what Trump meant by a "Second meeting" – FBI director Christopher Wray hinted that he was considering resigning because of disagreements with the president.
Speaking at the Aspen Security Conference, Wray publicly repeated his opinion that Russia has been ingested in the 2016 Presidential Election.
"My point of contention is view has not changed, namely that Russia has tried to interfere with the last elections and that it continues to carry out adverse influence operations to date, "said Wray in an interview with NBC's Lester Holt. News
Holt interviewed Wray about rumors that he threatened to resign after Attorney General Jeff Sessions forced him to fire Andrew McCabe, deputy director of the FBI. this should not be confused with what is made of my spine. I'm just going to stop here, said Wray.
In his morning rant against the media, Trump praised a scrum – Fox News and his morning show "Fox & Friends", of which he is a spectator faithful.
Tr Trump acknowledged the Russian interference MUCH TIMES. & # 39; Thanks to @foxandfriends and @FoxNews for showing the clips. The Fake News does not want any part of this story! Too bad they do not want to focus on all the current ECONOMIC and JOBS records, "he noted on Thursday.
The morning broadcast of the newscast had aired excerpts from the news. Interview with President Jeff Glor Truth said without hesitation that Russia has mingled with the election, although on Tuesday it raised the possibility that someone else might have also hack the game.
You say that you agree with US intelligence that Russia has been ingested in elections in 2016, Glor him asked
"Yeah and I've already said it, Jeff." I've said it many times before, and I'd say that's right, yeah. "
Trump also sued former intelligence officials when asked if they wanted to "catch you"
.past this was terrible. You look at [former CIA Director John] Brenna, you look [former DNI James] Clapper, you look [former NSA chief Michael] Hayden, "Trump started.
<img id = "i-150e35427445ade5" src = "https://i.dailymail.co. The President told CBS News on Wednesday that he was told by CBS News on Wednesday that C9 News said Wednesday that C9 News is the most important news for the world. he had taken a firm stance with Putin in Helsinki
<img id = "i-1031900570ca5722" src = "https://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/newpix/2018/07/19/13/4E64717F00000578-5970373-image-a-19_1532003536382.jpg" height = "423" width = "634" alt = "FBI director Christopher Wray hinted that he was considering resigning following disagreements with President Trump
Then he listed former FBI director James Comey, former deputy director FBI, Andrew M cCabe, FBI. Lawyer Peter Strzrok and "his lover, Lisa Page."
"You are looking at other people in the FBI who have been fired and who are no longer there," Trump said.
The White House itself came back to what Trump said and what he meant since Monday's press conference, where he was in agreement with Putin's refusal to have interfered with the 2016 elections. presidential contest.
Trump himself gave several interviews at different times in the wake of the press conference. He gave interviews to Sean Hannity and Tucker Carlson of Fox News Channel in Helsinki shortly after the end of the press conference.
While Hannity's broadcast aired Monday night, Carlson's broadcast was not broadcast until Tuesday, after Trump spoke to the media to try to clarify what was going on. he had said at his press conference.
The president also spoke to CBS News on Wednesday, followed by CNBC on Thursday.
On Tuesday, the president gave a statement to the press on camera where he said he accepts the assessment of his intelligence community that Russia has been ingested in the elections. He added that he meant in his press conference that he had no reason to doubt professionals in his administration.
"I accept the conclusion of our intelligence community that Russian interference took place in 2016," Trump said. "There could also be other people, a lot of people there," he added. There is no collusion at all.
Sarah Huckabee Sanders took advantage of her briefing Wednesday to criticize media
Trump himself gave several interviews since Monday's press conference
Trump said he was surprised by the firestorm that was waiting for him Monday in Washington and realized that he had to "clear up" his comments after examining the transcript of his bail with Putin. The president said that he had the "greatest respect" for his secret service leaders.
"The sentence should have been, I do not see why it would not be Russia," said Trump. "So you can put that in there. I think this probably clarifies things quite well in itself. "
Trump pointed out in 15 minutes of remarks that he did not want to give Putin a pass for electoral piracy. In fact, he said, unlike his predecessor, "who buried him completely", that his administration, on the other hand, "took a very firm stance" against the bad behavior of Russia.
Confusion continued on Wednesday, during a cabinet meeting amid cries as the press was escorted out of the room, the president was asked that he believed that Russia was still targeting the United States. No.
The media reported what the president said.
But later in the day, during her briefing, White House press secretary Sarah Sanders said Trump was not answering this question; he said "no" to other questions.
"I had the opportunity to speak with the president after his comments, and the president said," Thank you very much, "and said" no "to answering questions," did you -she says. President Trump spoke to Fox News Channel's Tucker Carlson on Monday after his press conference, but the interview was not broadcast until Tuesday, after Trump clarified his remarks to Putin ” class=”blkBorder img-share” />
The President Trump spoke to Tucker Carlson of Fox News Channel on Monday after his press conference. No air until Tuesday, after Trump clarified his remarks to Putin
Russian President Vladimir Putin
She was questioned about the arrest of Maria Butina, the Russian activist with red-handed weapons who was indicted by the Ministry of Justice for working as a foreign agent.
Sanders said that the Then he slammed the media for a photo that circulated in social media according to which Butina was in the oval office.
A reporter from Mic tweeted the photo on Tuesday and mistakenly wrote that the red-haired woman was Russian. The tweet was retweeted several times before being removed an hour later, after the woman was identified as a member of the White House.
"There was a media hysteria yesterday over the confusion between this individual and a member of the White House – frankly, the outrage and the just desire to find the negative in everything this president does. because someone was just rusty, they were accused of being a kind of spy for Russia, "Sander said on the podium on Wednesday.
"I think this has become totally out of control, and you need to take a step back, slow down and stop following the Trump administration on every thing that happens," said Sanders. .
Trump, in his CBS interview, said that he told Putin directly that "we can have none of that" when it comes to Russian interference with the US elections .
Asked by Glor what he said to Putin, Trump replied, "Very strong about the fact that we can not have any interference, we can not have any of this." He says that he "lets her know that we can not have that, we will not have it, and that's how it will be."
He told CNBC Thursday that he still believed that "to get along with President Putin, getting along with Russia, is positive and not negative."
He also claimed that he has been "much harder towards Russia than any president in many years."