When Donald Trump called Vladimir Putin following his suspicious re-election win, the American president's national security advisers warned him not to congratulate the notorious Russian president. According to the Washington Post, Trump's advisers did this by "including a section in...
Ever since word leaked that President Donald Trump did not follow his aides’ instructions to not congratulate Russian President Vladimir Putin on the phone, there has been a great deal of speculation about who gave this story to the media. However, Fox News’ Bill Hemmer said on Thursday...
The hosts of “Fox & Friends” reacted to President Donald Trump’s congratulatory call to Russian president Vladimir Putin by attacking former President Barack Obama. The U.S. president congratulated his Russian counterpart against the warnings of his national security staff,...
MOSCOW (AP) — The war of words between Russia and Britain over an ex-spy's poisoning got uglier Wednesday as the U.K. foreign secretary called it vomit-inducing that Russian President Vladimir Putin is rejoicing over hosting the World Cup. Russia shot back that Boris Johnson is "poisoned with venom of malice and hate."
The deaths of several members of the so-called "Wagner Group" in Syria last month shone a light on Russian President Vladimir Putin's mysterious private army Moscow is using there. Questions had already been raised on its role in the...Show More Summary
MOSCOW (Reuters) - The Kremlin on Thursday warned against talking about a breakthrough in Russia-U.S. relations despite a possible meeting between U.S. President Donald Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin.
WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump and some aides were furious on Wednesday after the leak of sensitive notes for briefing the president before a call with Russian President Vladimir Putin, according to aides and a close associate.... The post ‘There’s going to be a scalp over...
When hosting presidential historian Michael Beschloss, MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow pointed out that even in the world of strange presidential alliances, Donald Trump’s “love affair” with Russian President Vladimir Putin seems far off-base. “Presidents make alliances of...
Former CIA Director John Brennan suggested that President Trump is withholding criticism of Russian President Vladimir Putin because the Russians might have compromising personal information on Trump, CNN reports. Said Brennan: “I think he is afraid of the President of [...]
By Steve Holland WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump defended his congratulations to Vladimir Putin on the Russian president's disputed re-election victory on Wednesday, saying he wants Putin's help in solving crises from North Korea to Syria and beyond. Show More Summary
(Paul Mirengoff) Today, the Washington Post reported that President Trump ignored the advice of his national security advisers when he congratulated Russian President Vladimir Putin on his reelection. According to the Post, there was...Show More Summary
Donald Trump blindsided White House and State Department officials when he told Russian President Vladimir Putin he expected they would meet soon, the Washington Post reports. Multiple officials told the Post there are no plans for a meeting between the two world leaders, despite Trump’s assertion...
President Trump's decision to congratulate Russian President Vladimir Putin on winning his election has been met with criticism from members of Mr. Trump's own party. But he defended the call on Twitter. CBS News chief White House correspondent Major Garrett reports.
Republican Sen. Ben Sasse said that President Donald Trump's congratulatory phone call with Russian President Vladimir Putin was "terribly ill-advised" and said it had weakened America. He also criticized Putin by turning Trump's "Make...Show More Summary
Trump attempted to defend his controversial congratulatory call with Russian President Vladimir Putin, blaming the media for the backlash.
Trump reportedly ignored his advisers and congratulated Russian President Vladimir Putin on his election victory.
MOSCOW — Western politicians are condemning Russian President Vladimir Putin’s reelection as a sham. What’s gone relatively unnoticed is that Putin’s electoral re-coronation played out in dramatic fashion on their home turf. A Washington...Show More Summary
On Wednesday afternoon, President Trump defended his decision to congratulate Russian President Vladimir Putin on “winning” Russia’s recent presidential election — a decision he made against the wishes of his national security advisers,...Show More Summary
President Donald Trump on Wednesday defended congratulating Russian President Vladimir Putin on his reelection victory on Sunday—an outcome most of the international community had deemed a foregone conclusion—and continued his longstanding view that a cozy relationship with the Kremlin was more favorable to the United States than a negative one. Show More Summary
President Donald Trump defended his decision to congratulate Russian President Vladimir Putin on Tuesday for his lopsided victory in the country's election last week. Trump said the "fake news media" was "crazed" over his comments because...Show More Summary