Russian Federation trying to hack U.S. elections confirms Trump administration in SHOCK outburst

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Trump tells attorney general to end Russia probe

"In Helsinki, I had a great meeting with Putin", Trump said.

Trump also tweeted Wednesday that Sessions needs to stop the "Rigged Witch Hunt" against him.

Aides rushed to limit the damage, insisting he was not issuing an order as Mr Session's boss.

Sens. Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.), Dick Durbin (D-Ill.), Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.), Amy Klobuchar (D-Minn.), and Chris Van Hollen (D-Md.) said in a statement later that Bolton's response didn't address their letter's concerns that the Trump administration "fully implement the sanctions on Russia that Congress already passed, extradite the 12 Russian government officials indicted by Special Counsel Mueller, and commit to protecting diplomats and other US personnel - both past and present". "At the end of the day what we have to rely on is the intelligence and good will of the people to be able to self-filter, and for them to be able to see hopefully that some of these things are meant to be divisive".

"He used the word 'should, ' he didn't use the word 'must'".

He has continually called investigations into the matter - and whether his campaign team colluded with Moscow in 2016 - as a witch-hunt. In July, the US Department of Justice indicted 12 Russians for their role in hacking computer systems in 2016.

However, the statement comes just weeks after Trump caused outrage by suggesting, following a meeting with Putin, that Russian Federation wouldn't have "any reason" to hack United States elections.

He has so far lodged dozens of indictments, including those of suspected Russian hackers, and secured guilty pleas from at least three Trump aides charged with conspiracy and lying to investigators.

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What was striking is that he asked Jeff Sessions to do it, even though the attorney general recused himself from the Russian Federation investigation last year-a move that continues to anger the president.

Russian Federation and China are out to embarrass the United States and prove that democracy and capitalism will fail, Rep. Chris Stewart said Thursday. "America must never accept it". And critics can fairly question why Trump hired a veteran Washington lobbyist who turned out to be of questionable character. Neither POTUS nor Sessions should interfere.

The president also is pushing for a voter ID law.

'We're looking into everything we can to protect the 2018 elections, the integrity of those elections and moving on beyond 2018 to 2020 and after, ' Sanders said.

Tuesday marked the first day of Paul Manafort's trial on charges of tax evasion and bank fraud brought by Mueller's team, charges that stemmed from Manafort's consulting work for Ukraine, for which he allegedly received millions he did not report to the USA government.

The former Clinton adviser, whose father is Ukrainian, said he thought protests outside of the White House would be more effective than similar anti-corruption demonstrations in his father's home country.

But Stewart listed several reasons why he still sees Trump as tougher on Russian Federation than was former President Barack Obama.

So it's obvious that not only is Trump's new claim false, but Trump knows it's false even when he says it.

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