Press Secretary trump got in a fight with a journalist because of the question about Russia

Sean Spicer

Press Secretary of the President of the United States Donald trump Sean Spicer during a regular press briefing joined in an emotional discussion with a representative from the media. On Tuesday, March 28, according to RIA Novosti.

According to the Agency, the reason was the question of the alleged connection team Republican with Moscow. The reporter started it by saying that the current leadership of the United States “over two months of work got history with Russia, listening,” but Spicer interrupted her, said that “we don’t have that”.

“You got Russia. And the facts are that all the people for which briefings have been held on the matter — Democrats or Republicans — came to the same conclusion”, — stated the official representative of the White house, implying that the evidence relations team trump of Moscow were found.

In the ensuing dispute the journalist was trying to finish the question, but in vain. Spicer, in the end, asked her to “stop shaking your head and give the opportunity to answer.”

He also said that “the President continues to appeal to those who supports and does not support it, the Republicans and the Democrats is to unify society”.

Asked by reporters about trump’s planned meeting with U.S. Secretary of state Rex Tillerson Spicer said: “When we have a message about this, I’ll tell you about it. Thank you, ladies and gentlemen, I’ll be here again tomorrow.”

He finished the briefing, which lasted less than half an hour.

March 20, FBI Director James Komi said that US intelligence agencies will investigate the information on the relationship of trump and alleged Russian intervention in the American elections.

In February, The New York Times, citing sources in diplomatic circles said that the members of the election headquarters of Donald trump had contact with senior officials of Russian intelligence.

Trump any political or business contacts with Russia denies. Moscow also denies Washington’s accusation of meddling in the electoral campaign in the United States.