After having his name invoked in a joint press conference with President Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin, businessman and Magnitsky Act advocate Bill Browder boasted that he has “hit the Achilles' heel of the Putin regime.”
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President Trump met behind closed doors for more than two hours Monday with Vladimir Putin, as the two leaders tackled weighty issues amid political pressure back home for Trump to get tough with the Russian president.
President Trump kicked off his historic summit with Vladimir Putin on Monday by predicting their two countries “will end up having an extraordinary relationship” -- and congratulating the Russian president on hosting a “really great World Cup” -- before entering negotiations that could drag on for hours.
President Trump called FBI Agent Peter Strzok’s testimony on Capitol Hill last week over the investigation of Russian interference in the election a “disgrace to our country.”
President Trump’s national security adviser John Bolton said the recent charges against 12 Russian military intelligence officials in connection to the hacking of Democratic targets in the 2016 presidential election gives the president the upper hand when he meets with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Finland on Monday.
President Trump is "highly unlikely" to recognize Russia’s forcible 2014 annexation of Crimea at his Monday summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin, U.S. Ambassador to Russia Jon Huntsman told "Fox News Sunday."
One day after 12 Russian intelligence officers were charged with hacking emails during the 2016 election, Department of Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen said there was no indication that the coming midterms were being attacked by Russia in the same way.
President Trump on Saturday sharply criticized the Obama administration for not doing "something" about the 12 Russian intelligence agents who were indicted for allegedly hacking emails during the 2016 election.
Former FBI lawyer Lisa Page was “cooperative” and "credible" in a closed-door session Friday with select House committee members that lasted nearly five hours.
Roger Stone said Friday evening that he is “probably” the unnamed person referenced in Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s indictment against 12 Russian intelligence officers who allegedly hacked the Democratic National Committee during the 2016 presidential race.