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Trump Says We Must ‘Truly Believe’ Putin’s Claims He Wasn’t Involved In Election

Going up against America’s knowledge group, President Donald Trump told columnists on Air Force One that he takes the expression of Russian President Vladimir Putin, who kept on denying he had any turn in affecting the 2016 presidential decision.

As indicated by a transcript of a meeting with the president gave to Axios, Trump expressed that he no recluse needs to contend with Putin and needs to work with him.

Asked, “Did Russia’s endeavors to interfere in US decisions come up in the discussions?” Trump answered, “He said he didn’t intrude, he said he didn’t interfere. I asked him once more. You can just ask such huge numbers of times.”

“I just asked him once more,” the president proceeded. “He said he completely did not intrude in our decision, he didn’t do what they are stating he did. All things considered, look, I can’t remain there and contend with him, I would rather have him escape Syria, I would rather get the chance to work with him on the Ukraine as opposed to belligerence about whether or not… that entire thing was set up by the Democrats. Take a gander at Podesta, take a gander at all the things that they have finished with the imposter dossier. Those are the enormous occasions. In any case, Putin said he didn’t do what they said he did. In any case, we have a nice sentiment toward completing things.”

Gotten some information about the decision, Trump still sponsored Putin.

“Each time he sees me he says I didn’t do that and I truly trust that when he discloses to me that, he would not joke about this. Be that as it may, he says I didn’t do that,” He answered. “I think he is extremely offended by it, which isn’t something to be thankful for our nation. Since once more, in the event that we had an association with Russia, North Korea which is our single most serious issue at this moment, it would help a considerable measure.”

You can read whatever is left of the meeting here.