16 July 2018 • 5:57pm Trump and Putin held joint press conference Pair trying to build ‘extraordinary relationship’ US President tossed football to Melania from podium Daniel McCarthy: Trump likes Putin because he is a Brexit president Telegraph View: When Trump sups with Putin, he’d better use long spoon Crimea, Iran and nuclear arms: What leaders want from talks Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin stood unified on the topic of alleged Russian meddling during the 2016 US elections. During a joint press conference in Helsinki as part of a key summit between the two countries, both leaders denied Kremlin collusion in the weeks leading to Trump being elected president. Addressing the issue, Trump said: “There was no collusion. I didn’t know the president. I had no-one to collude with.” “President Putin he just said it’s not Russia, let me just say, I don’t see any reason why it would be.” Putin was singing from the same hymn sheet, urging reporters: “Please put this nonsense out of your heads.” The Kremlin leader also reminded the gathered media that he used to be an intelligence agent, adding: “I do know how dossiers are made up.” Both men’s unity was apparent throughout the meeting, with the leaders… Read full this story
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