Giving an account of his meeting with Russian President, Trump tweeted earlier today, ?Putin & I discussed forming an impenetrable Cyber Security unit so that election hacking, & many other negative things, will be guarded.(sic).? "Partnering with Putin on a 'Cyber Security Unit' is akin to partnering with Assad on a 'Chemical Weapons Unit'". Who would have that?
Widespread ridicule greeted Trump's tweet.
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By Sunday evening, Trump was tweeting a different tune.
Taking a dig at U.S. President Donald Trump?s tweet about discussing the establishment of a cyber security unit with Russian President Vladimir Putin, WikiLeaks proposed that its founder, Julian Assange, should lead the U.S. -Russian cyber security unit.
UN Ambassador Nikki Haley, however, defended the move, arguing that working with Russia on cybersecurity "doesn't mean we ever trust Russia". We can't trust Russia and we won't ever trust Russia. "But you keep those that you don't trust closer so that you can always keep an eye on 'em and keep them in check".
Second, it is never pointed out the attorney, Natalia Veselnitskaya, has nothing to do with the Russian government or that her mission was to get Trump Jr.in the room to pitch him on rules regarding adoption of Russian children by Americans.
Trump, according to Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, pressed Putin on election meddling and then moved on. But Trump would not say whether he believed Putin, tweeting only that he's "already given my opinion".
In the original Russian, this means setting up a group that would work out clear rules of engagement in cyberspace, as well as notions of what would and wouldn't be permissible and a de-escalation mechanism.
A senior Trump administration official immediately denied that Trump accepted Putin's claim of non-interference. Everybody knows that they're not just meddling in the United States' election.
"He asked questions, I replied. It seemed to me that he was satisfied with the answers", Putin said. On Russia's Channel One news station, a talk-show host waiting for the meeting to conclude marveled at its length (more than two hours) and called it a sign that Trump considered Putin more important than any other leader there. And honestly presenting any story regarding President Trump in any way is not part of either. "Strategically that makes no sense", Mnuchin said.
"He's made it very clear how he feels, he's made it very clear that he addressed [alleged election interference] straight on, and there was significant substance", Mnuchin said on ABC News' "This Week" Sunday.
But White House chief of staff Reince Priebus took issue with Putin's characterisation.
Trump's aides championed the proposal after the high-stakes Trump-Putin meeting.
It was all there on Wednesday as the media had a day to digest the news that Donald Trump Jr., the president's son, met with a Russian lawyer who said she had information that could damage Hillary Clinton in the campaign.
House Intelligence Committee Ranking Member Adam Schiff (D-Calif.) told CNN this morning that the idea "would be dangerously naive for this country". "Strategically that makes no sense". She has connections to Fusion GPS, the firm that gave us the Golden Showers dossier - which Democrats and RINOs jointly accepted on behalf of the Clinton campaign.
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