Russia tests new nuclear weapons after summit with Trump

Russia tests new nuclear weapons after summit with Trump

Russia tests new nuclear weapons after summit with Trump

The Russian leader said U.S. "It's called Trump Derangement Syndrome!" the president wrote.

"The sentence should have been, 'I don't see any reason why I wouldn't, or why it wouldn't be Russian Federation'". -Russian relations are "in some ways worse than during the Cold War", but that the meeting with Trump allowed them to start on "the path to positive change".

Needless to say, people were horrified by the face morph - but many noted the fact that the cover is even more terrifying because it so closely reflects reality. The president addressed coverage of the summit in a tweet early Thursday.

Asked if he held Putin personally responsible for interference in the November 2016 presidential vote, Trump replied: "Well, I would, because he's in charge of the country, just like I consider myself to be responsible for things that happen in this country".

Many critics also complained that there was no record of agreements, if any, that were reached between the two during their one-on-one meeting.

Putin and Trump sat down for their first summit in Helsinki on Monday, an event that sparked a storm of criticism in the United States after Trump refused to blame the Russian leader for meddling in the 2016 U.S. election, comments he later appeared to backtrack on. "I think it's outrageous".

Here's what the SC lawmaker says about Trump: "I think it's imperative that he understand that he's misjudging Putin. We should have had this dialogue a long time ago". He said the mission remains to defeat the Islamic State group. "And it has had a negative impact upon the relationship of the two largest nuclear powers in the world".

"OK. That's going to be special", he said, laughing.

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Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has asked two committees to hold hearings on Russian sanctions in the wake of President Donald Trump's questioning of the extent of Moscow's interference in US elections.

Russian Federation is open to contacts with the United States on an equal and mutually beneficial basis, Putin said.

In seeking to shift the blame to the media, as he often does, Trump said many stories are "total fiction", but did not provide examples. On Tuesday at the White House, Mr. Trump said he misspoke in Finland and meant to use a double negative.

On other points in his formal remarks, Putin lashed out at Europe and USA -dominated North Atlantic Treaty Organisation, saying Russian Federation would hit back with an "equivalent response" to North Atlantic Treaty Organisation bases near Russia's borders and other "aggressive steps". Experts, however, worry that it may not be continued when it comes up for renewal in 2020.

If Putin's speech to the envoys raised serious issues, the Foreign Ministry, known by its Russian acronym MID, used the occasion to make a sardonic quip. In Helsinki, the presidents said they had agreed to create a commission made up of business representatives to discuss greater economic cooperation.

They - those ministries have said that this could concern an arms control agreement that's due to expire, and possibly Syria.

The discussion embraced bilateral relations and global issues, with both leaders saying at the end they had made a big leap forward. The White House has been struggling to contain a political outcry and confusion over the summit ever since.

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