Bush believes Russian Federation meddled in 2016 election

Bush believes Russian Federation meddled in 2016 election

Bush believes Russian Federation meddled in 2016 election

Former US president George W. Bush accused Russia on Thursday of meddling in the US 2016 presidential election, calling Russian President Vladimir Putin a "brilliant tactician".

"As far as hacking, I think it was Russia", Trump told reporters during a combative news conference at Trump Tower - only to backtrack moments later by saying "it could have been others also".

Bush also said that "it is problematic that a foreign nation is involved in our elections".

The report did not elaborate whom in Russia Bush was accusing of interfering in the U.S. The report added that Bush was not naming Trump in his comments.

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"The decay of the Soviet Union is hard on him".

During a December rally in Pensacola, Florida, on the eve of the Alabama Senate election, the president castigated the North Atlantic Trade Organization (NATO) as helping Europe "a hell of a lot more than it helps" the U.S.

Putin, said, "The press is constantly, looking for weakness," said the former president.

Bush also stressed the need to back North Atlantic Treaty Organisation and other alliances the USA has with the world.

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In an apparent criticism of the immigration policies of U.S. President Donald Trump, Bush called for changes in U.S. immigration rules. "We ought to say thank you and welcome", Bush said. "They've got to get it fixed". "We've got to enforce our borders and we've got to enforce our laws".

"There are people willing to do jobs Americans won't do".

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