Trump Won't Release Meeting Transcript, So Putin Says He Will

Pauline Gross
May 19, 2017

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President Donald Trump said Thursday he did not ask FBI Director James Comey to end his investigation into Russia's involvement in the 2016 election and possible collusion with the Trump campaign. President Donald Trump was about to get the question - the one he'd avoided for almost 48 hours but could no longer.

"It's hard to imagine what these people, who generate such nonsense and rubbish, can dream up next", said Putin.

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The White House was also warned by acting attorney general Sally Yates that Flynn might be blackmailed by the Russians for misrepresenting his conversation with the Russian ambassador to Vice President Mike Pence.

The Russian president said he initially found debates about Russia's meddling in USA politics as "funny" but said Moscow is now "concerned because it's hard to imagine what the people who produce such nonsense can come up with next". "I hope you can see your way clear to letting this go, to letting Flynn go".

There are "a number of encounters with the president that concerned him, and he wrote very detailed memos about those instances", the person said. "He is a good guy". Two members of the Senate intelligence committee, Senator Richard Burr and Senator Mark Warner, commented on the Senate's request. Putin's offer comes just days after several news reports claimed that Trump revealed classified information to Lavrov about an ISIS plot.

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