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Top Democrats on Friday quickly under pressure, President Trump, as a waiver of his upcoming summit with Vladimir Putin, after a dozen Russian intelligence officers were indicted for allegedly Hacker-party E-Mails in the year 2016.
Sen. Mark Warner, a top Democrat in the Senate Intelligence Committee, offered Trump an ultimatum for the much-anticipated summit: Russian intervention priority, or cancelling the meeting.
Other Democrats, said Trump should have nothing valid from the summit, but they were concerns about the meeting before the indictment.
Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, the fees will be announced during the Friday press conference. According to the DOJ document, 12 Russian intelligence officers accused of hacking E-Mails from the Hillary Clinton campaign and the Democratic party in the election of 2016.
“I want to make sure that other Americans will hear the President make the subject of the Russian interference is a priority in the session,” Warner, D-Va., told reporters on Capitol Hill on Friday. “If you are a focus of the meeting in Helsinki, not to be the charges, then the summit is cancelled.”
THE RUSSIAN OFFICERS INDICTED FOR ALLEGEDLY HACKING CLINTON CAMPAIGN, THE DNC E-MAILS
Warner, whose Committee has been studied, such as Russian interference and possible collusion with trump campaign staff in the election in 2016 for more than a year, but also stressed that it is “the other Americans in the room” in Helsinki, Finland, Monday, in order to ensure that Trump is the Problem of interference in the election of 2016 is a “priority”.
“No one should said meeting-on-one between the President and Putin,” Warner. “There are other Americans must be canceled in the room, or the summit.”
He warned, “I fear the President could be taken in.”
But, as trump continued to the Russia describe the probe as a “witch-hunt”,” the White house down, the latest allegations played.
“Today’s charges do not include allegations of knowledge inclusion of persons on the campaign, and no allegations that the alleged hacking affected the outcome of the election,” said Lindsay Walters, the Deputy White House press secretary. “This is consistent with what we said.”
Only a few minutes from the prosecution, the Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-NY, asked to call Trump, the Putin meeting.
Canceling the Putin meeting. Now. https://t.co/SqdhVDafH7
— Chuck Schumer (@SenSchumer) July 13, 2018
“Cancel Putin meeting. Now,” Schumer tweeted Friday.
Sen. Ron Wyden, D-Ore., a handshake with Putin, said a moment of historic cowardice would be “.”
“In the light of what has been uncovered about the Russian attack on our democracy, President Putin shakes the hand, a moment would be the historical cowardice. They call from this summit, @realDonaldTrump,” Wyden tweeted.
In the light of what has been uncovered about the Russian attack on our democracy, President Putin shakes the hand of a moment of historical cowardice. They call from this summit, @realDonaldTrump. https://t.co/nBDGxMnlXs
— Ron Wyden (@RonWyden) July 13, 2018
Sen. Jack Reed, Dr. I., said Trump should delete “immediately to his meeting.”
House Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., said: “the stakes” for the summit “could not be higher.”
“President Trump must demand and secure a real, concrete and comprehensive agreement that the Russians will stop their continuing attacks on our democracy,” Pelosi said in a statement Friday. “The failure to stand up to Putin would be a profound betrayal of the Constitution and our democracy.”
The meeting will take place as planned in Helsinki the last stop on the trump card is provided-the four-nation Europe tour.
Trump spent the last week meeting with NATO allies in Brussels; meeting with the British Prime Minister, Theresa May, and Queen Elizabeth II in England, and visit Scotland.
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