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>> I will tell you that President Putin was extremely strong and powerful in his denial today.>> President Trump coming under unprecedented fire from a host of Republicans after he appeared to side with Russian President Vladimir Putin's denial that Moscow interfered in the 2016 US election. House Speaker Paul Ryan issued a strongly worded statement backing up the US intelligence community saying, there is no question Russia interfered in our election and saying, the president must appreciate that Russia is not our ally.
Florida Senator Marco Rubio also taking Trump to task.>> What the President said today is not accurate. The intelligence community has assembled probably an unparalleled amount of evidence in regards to the Russian not just efforts to interfere in 2016, but ongoing efforts Tennessee Senator Bob Corker also weighing in.
>> That the president's comments made us look as a nation more like a pushover.>> Arizona Senator John McCain tore into Trump calling the press conference, one of the most disgraceful performances by an American president in memory and former Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney not mincing words either.
Seeing Trump siding with Putin is disgraceful and detrimental to our democratic principles. Former CIA director John Brennan went as far as to call Trump's performance in Helsinki treasonous, even some of Trump's staunchest supporters in the media broke ranks. Fox Business Anchor, Neil Cavuto calling it disgusting that Trump had failed to challenge Putin on election interference.
Trump held his meeting with Putin just days after Special Counsel Robert Mueller unveiled an indictment against 12 Russian agents for hacking democratic party documents to help him win the votes.>> It's a total witch hunt.>> Critics from both major parties have blasted Putin for meddling in the 2016 race.
As well as for his military intervention in Syria, the annexation of Crimea and the nerve agent poisonings in the UK. But Trump refused to criticize Putin after their summit saying, both Washington and Moscow had made mistakes and holding both countries irresponsible the poor state of relations.