Donald Trump says he'll bring up election meddling with Vladimir Putin

Donald Trump says he'll bring up election meddling with Vladimir Putin

Donald Trump says he'll bring up election meddling with Vladimir Putin

Senator Lindsey Graham said he's concerned President Donald Trump is too soft on Russian Federation and warned they infiltrated the 2016 US election and are doing it again during the 2018 midterms.

Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said earlier in the day if Trump raises the issue of Russia's alleged meddling in the United States election at talks in Helsinki, Putin will be ready to once again deny it.

"The election meddling issue was definitely something we talked about", Bolton told the CBS "Face the Nation" program.

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President Trump suggested that Russia's efforts to "sow discord or chaos" in the USA have been successful during a Fox News interview which aired Sunday. And I think that in the president's mind this is very important because it gives him an opportunity to size up Vladimir Putin to see where there are areas where we might make progress together and where there are areas where we may not'.

Moscow called the allegations absurd and said Russian Federation does not interfere in the internal affairs of other states. Bolton himself said that he believed "the intelligence" he'd seen, that Russian Federation tried to affect the election.

Responding to reports North Korea is already breaking several terms of denuclearization agreed upon with Trump, Graham said he is also anxious about Trump being too soft with dictator Kim Jong Un.

Putin and Trump held their first talks on the sidelines of the Group of Twenty summit in Germany's Hamburg in July 2017. "We'll be talking about elections. we don't want anybody tampering with elections". So I think it still raises the question. "We might even be talking about some of the things President Obama lost, like Crimea, that could come up".

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On reports that USA intelligence agencies believe North Korea has sought to hide its nuclear program just weeks after Trump and Kim met in Singapore to talk about disarmament, Bolton insisted that "there's nobody involved in this discussion with North Korea in the administration who is overburdened by naivete". "We have to deal with Russian Federation".

Bolton, who previously served in the George W. Bush administration, has been a longtime critic of Pyongyang and its nuclear intentions, leading to North Korea's state media to denounce him as 'human scum'.

The analyst went on to say Americans viewed the alleged hacking as "aggression against the country" and believed the Russian government "caused some trouble there".

How did Bolton feel about that, Wallace asked.

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