"The sentence should have been, "I don't see any reason why I wouldn't, or why it wouldn't be Russia" instead of "why it would", Trump said Tuesday of the comments he had made in Helsinki.
"We want to see the notes", Senator Robert Menendez, the top Democrat on the Senate Foreign Relations Committee said.
US President Donald Trump said today he had a "strong news conference" with his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin in Helsinki, rejecting the political outrage it triggered in America as "fuss" created by the "fake news".
That rhetoric marked a turnabout from Trump's first, upbeat description of the sit-down. "He does believe that they would target US elections again". That reply put the president sharply at odds with recent public warnings from his own intelligence chief, but the White House quickly stepped in to say his answer wasn't what it appeared.
I hope the White House corrects the record and denounces in categorical terms this ridiculous request from Putin. Though Trump didn't mention Browder by name or endorse a swap that involved him, he did praise Putin's idea as "an incredible offer".
Trump has refined and sharpened his presentation since Helsinki.
"Take this to the bank, @realDonaldTrump: you turn over former U.S. Ambassador @McFaul to Putin, you can count on me and millions others to swiftly make you an ex-president", Rep. Eric Swalwell of California, a Democrat on the House Intelligence Committee, said in a tweet.
Lawmakers from both parties have been sounding the alarm over fresh interference by Russian Federation as they push to fortify US election infrastructure ahead of the midterm elections.
The muddied waters have deepened critics' concerns that Trump is not taking threats to the US electoral system seriously enough.
Mr Putin has denied the allegations. In exchange, Putin wants Russian interviews of Americans accused by the Kremlin of unspecified crimes. "The president will work with his team and we'll let you know if there is an announcement on that front", Sanders said.
Turning over former US Ambassador Michael McFaul to Russian Federation for questioning would be grounds for impeaching President Donald Trump, Rep. Eric Swalwell declared on Wednesday.
Carswell said in the LA Times report that the owners will give first consideration to bidders who want to keep the home. Pictures from the listing show vintage floral wallpaper, a MusiCall whole-house radio and a stone-wall fireplace.
The Royal Family says people will be able to apply to watch the wedding from inside the grounds of Windsor Castle. Members of the public can apply for up to four tickets on the royal family's official website .
I think they agree with me on immigration. "I don't even know if it is a good measure and fits our collective security", he said . So I can't confirm this news. "You can not ignore Trump, he will find a way to make himself heard".
Ian Levine, chief of the Ocean Beach fire department, said only ten cases of shark bites have been reported of New York State. Although his daughter was able to walk after the attack, she was also taken to an area hospital.
A reporter for Channel 4's Dispatches went undercover in Facebook's largest center for United Kingdom moderation, CPL Resources. Creating a safe environment where people from all over the world can share and connect is core to Facebook's long-term success.
They set out to determine the place and time of death as well as how the deceased came by their death, but do not apportion blame. Rowley says that after finding the bottle, Sturgess sprayed Novichok straight on to her both of her wrists, the source said.
On a standard mission, the craft separates from the rocket after engine cutoff and lands with the aid of parachutes. If passengers were on board, that's when they would experience a few minutes of weightlessness.
That is in direct contradiction to a statement his director of national intelligence, Dan Coats, made on Monday. They are pushing so recklessly hard and hate the fact that I'll probably have a good relationship with Putin.
The 12 Thai boys and their soccer coach who spent more than two weeks stuck in a cave headed home from the hospital today. Towards the end of their introduction to the world the Wild Boars were asked what they wanted to be when they grew up.
Swisher asked Zuckerberg to discuss Facebook's "fake news" policy, which does not remove falsehoods but demotes them. Zuckerberg said offensive content isn't necessarily banned unless it is to organize harm or attack someone.
EU, China vow to protest multilateral economic order
In July, Beijing responded with mirror measures after Washington imposed 25 percent tariff on $34 billion worth of Chinese goods. Chinese leaders have expressed confidence their US$12-trillion-a-year economy can survive the tariff war with U.S.
Man dies after eating bad oyster in Florida
A 71-year-old man from Sarasota County, Florida died from a bacterial infection he got after eating a bad oyster. The county did not have any vibrio cases past year but there were confirmed cases and one death in 2016.
Pacquiao back home after title win against Matthysse
Mayweather came out on top when the duo fought back in 2015 in what proved to be one of the most lucrative clashes of all-time. Mikee Romero, 2nd right, and AirAsia boss Tony Fernandes, 2nd left, during the victory party Sunday in Kuala Lumpur.
WTO credibility, survival at risk from trade war
The Mexican government said in a statement that it will look at the USA request with the goal of answering it in the next 10 days. China announced it filed a World Trade Organization challenge Monday to U.S.
Sterling falls to 10-month low as inflation unchanged
That was largely down to the rising price of fuel, with petrol prices hitting their highest in four years in the month . The Retail Prices Index, a separate measure of inflation, was 3.4 per cent last month, up from 3.3 per cent in May.
Israeli parliament to vote on contentious Nation State bill
The bill has bitterly divided Israeli lawmakers, with some arguing that the law will institutionalise "apartheid" rule in Israel. Even after the changes, critics said the new law would deepen a sense of alienation within the Arab minority.
'Oddball' among 12 new moons discovered around Jupiter
The lost moons were initially sighted in 2003, but scientists could not define their exact orbits and lost track of them. The small moon rotates at the distance of the retrograde moons, but it's traveling in the other direction.
Daniel Sturridge determined to stay at Liverpool
Daniel Sturridge's comments come despite the fact that local media reports linked Sturridge with a move away from Liverpool . Sturridge believes they will prove to be fine acquisitions by Jurgen Klopp ahead of the new season.