Senate Democrats called shame trump statements at the meeting with Putin

Senate Democrats called shame trump statements at the meeting with Putin

WASHINGTON, 16 Oct — RIA Novosti. A number of democratic senators on Monday, the US issued a harsh criticism of President Donald trump following his meeting with Russian leader Vladimir Putin.


Comments of the senators were mainly connected with the question of the so-called “interference” of Russia in the U.S. presidential election in 2016. Recently, the U.S. justice Department blamed the 12 Russians, calling them employees of the Russian special services.

Russia denies accusations of meddling in the election, about the press conference once again Putin said. The Russian President also invited the US to send its investigators to Russia for interrogation of individuals who are accused of interference. Trump said that referred to in the indictment of 12 Russians have “no relation to the election” and “these people are not connected with the election campaign”. He also welcomed Putin’s proposal to send investigators in Russia.

“For the President (USA) to side with Putin against his own (American) scouts — it’s an absolute disgrace,” wrote Twitter Senator mark Warner.

It’s crazy that the President of the United States attacks the FBI and believes Putin, and not his own intelligence and evidence, as presented by the house and the Senate. Amazing! Chris van HOLLEN.Senator

Senator Elizabeth Warren said that “trump once again used the international arena to embarrass America,” to undermine its institutions to weaken the alliances, calling the President a “disgrace”.

The investigation of the alleged Russian “intervention” in U.S. elections, as well as alleged links of Donald trump with the Russian Federation that contradict the White house and the Kremlin, is Muller, and in both houses of Congress. While evidence of any “interference” was not given, despite the fact that the “investigation” lasted for more than a year.

Russia has repeatedly denied accusations of trying to influence the elections in different countries, as the press Secretary of the President Dmitry Peskov called them “completely unfounded”. The Russian foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov, speaking about alleged Russian intervention in elections in the United States and other countries stated that no facts confirming it, no. Advisor to the President for national security John Bolton also said that he had received assurances from Russian President Vladimir Putin that Russia has not interfered in the elections in the States.