>> As President Donald Trump angrily rejects allegations his campaign might have colluded with Russia.>> This is fake news.>> And insists the US and Russia should get along better.>> That's a good thing.>> Russia this week has been ramping up a show a power to test the new president's medal.
Deploying a new cruise missile in the face of US complaints that it violates a key arms treaty and telling Washington it would not give back the Crimean Peninsula as Trump has demanded as it step up support for pro Russian separatists in Eastern Ukraine.>> It seems like a illegitimate characterization to say that President Putin and his government are testing the current administration in the early days, watching how President Trump navigates his position as the leader of the free world, and the head of the US military.
>> On Thursday as Trump spoke, a Russian spy ship first spotted near America's main submarine base had repositioned near the nation's largest Navy post in Norfolk, Virginia.>> The greatest thing I could do is shoot that ship that's 30 miles offshore right out of the water. Everyone in this country's gonna say it's so great.
That's not great.>> He was putting that in the context of both the United States and Russia being major nuclear powers. He was sort of using that as evidence for the fact that we need to have a good relationship or else there might be nuclear war, that seemed to be the implication that he was making.
>> It's possible I won't be able to get along with Putin. Maybe it is.>> But according to Trump, that's the media's fault for playing up Russia as an adversary.>> Probably Putin said, you know, it's going to be impossible for President Trump to ever get along with Russia because of all the pressure he's got with this fake story okay.
And that's a shame.>> Still, Trump defiantly declaring that he still has a better chance where everyone else former presidents Obama and Bush and Hillary Clinton included have failed.>> But I'm different than those people.