SC’s Trey Gowdy says Trump aides should consider quitting over Russian Federation performance

SC’s Trey Gowdy says Trump aides should consider quitting over Russian Federation performance

SC’s Trey Gowdy says Trump aides should consider quitting over Russian Federation performance

USA director of intelligence Dan Coats says he in no way meant to be disrespectful toward President Donald Trump with what he calls his "awkward response" to news of a second planned Trump summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin.

Trump says in a Monday tweet: "remember, I gave up NOTHING, we merely talked about future benefits for both countries".

Trump adds on the Putin meeting: "Also, we got along very well, which is a good thing, except for the Corrupt Media!"

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Republican Trey Gowdy, chairman of the House Oversight and Government Reform, said the evidence proves that Russian Federation "is not our friend and they tried to attack us in 2016", and Trump needs to be more forthright about it.

Mr. Coats has been under scrutiny since he said he wished Mr. Trump had not met one-on-one with Mr. Putin and expressed dismay that he had publicly undermined USA intelligence agencies.

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Earlier on July 23, Trump posted a tweet that seemed to contradict a recent statement in which he said he accepted the intelligence community's conclusion that Russian Federation interfered in the election he won. He was quoting a conservative activist on Fox News.

The intelligence chief was speaking at the Aspen Security Forum in Colorado on Thursday when news of a possible second Trump-Putin summit later this year broke. One source said there was a belief that if Mr Coats had been in Washington instead of Colorado, he would not have been surprised by the news.

Barletta, who is running for Senate with the expectation of substantial support from Trump, hails from a northeastern Pennsylvania congressional district that strongly backed Trump in 2016. Trump has denied any collusion and has repeatedly called the Mueller probe a "hoax" and a "witch hunt".

During his Twitter rampage, Trump also claimed that the wiretap order was granted on false and misleading information.

Trump subsequently said he misspoke, but has not acknowledged that he repeatedly put the USA intelligence community's assessment and Putin's denials on the same footing.

Russian Federation claims it did not interfere in the election. Most Americans do not feel Trump went "too far" in supporting Putin, and while more Americans say US leadership has gotten weaker than stronger under Trump, his ratings on this question are slightly improved from last fall. "There is simply no other way to explain why he would side with this Kremlin, former KGB officer, rather than his own intelligence agencies".

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