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President Trump on Wednesday quickly in his full-throated defense of his meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin after attempting to walk back the most controversial moments from their joint press conference, once again calling the summit a success, and blasting his critics as “haters” with the “trump derangement syndrome.”

“So many people on the higher end of the intelligence loved my press conference performance in Helsinki. Putin and I discussed many important subjects in our previous meetings. We understood us well, the really harassed a lot of haters that wanted to see a Boxing match. Great results will come!” Trump tweeted early Wednesday.

So many people on the higher end of the intelligence loved my press conference performance in Helsinki. Putin and I discussed many important subjects in our previous meetings. We understood us well, the really harassed a lot of haters that wanted to see a Boxing match. Great results will come!

— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) July 18, 2018

He added, moments later, that “Some people HATE the fact that I got along well with Russian President Putin. They would rather see the war as the. It is Trump derangement syndrome!”

Some people HATE the fact that I got along well with Russian President Putin. They would rather see the war as the. It is Trump derangement syndrome!

— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) July 18, 2018

The return of Trump is typical of the combative tone was followed by his attempt on Tuesday to walk a line from their press conference, that hard party, had been considered by a cross-criticism, acting under pressure to calm the controversy.

In Helsinki a day earlier, Trump had said he did not “see no reason why” Russia would be behind the election-meddling. These and other observations have led to cross-party outrage and accusations that he was taking Putin’s word over the secret services.

But Trump at the White house on Tuesday said he meant the opposite, suggesting that he was surprised by the negative reaction, when he again returned to Washington.

“I came back and said,” What’s the matter, what’s the big deal?” Trump said in a meeting with GOP lawmakers at the White house, added that he reviewed the transcript of the press conference and “realized that there is a need for some clarification.”

The President told reporters that he wanted to say, he looks at why Russia “will not” be responsible.

“I’ve explained to said, the word ‘would’ instead of ‘would be’…a kind of double-negative,” Trump.

Other statements made during the press conference, as his statement that the Russian leader gave a “strong and powerful” denial, seemed to still give weight to Putin’s account.

But Trump is a clarification was enough, with some Republican critics. Sen Rob Portman, R-Ohio, said he was “glad” Trump addressed the press conference.

“I’m glad he clarified his comments live. I wish, he said in front of President Putin and the world [on Monday],” Portman said on Fox News’ “your world with Neil Cavuto” on Tuesday. “But Yes, I’ll take him at his word. If he says he misspoke, absolutely. The point is, we need to be, how to push back here.”

And former House Speaker Newt Gingrich, is usually a strong, Deputy to the President, of agenda, but blown up trump is the performance in Helsinki that Trump the “right thing”.

“President Trump today, to clarify the right thing to do, his comments in Helsinki-Reaffirming its respect for and support of the Director of National Intelligence, Dan Coats, and the intelligence community. The President responds quickly and clearly, as soon as he realized he used the wrong language,” Gingrich tweeted Tuesday.

President Trump did right, what today, in the clarification of his comments in helsinki-Reaffirming its respect for and support of the Director of National Intelligence, Dan Coats, and the intelligence community. The President responds quickly and clearly, as soon as he realized he used the wrong language.

— Newt Gingrich (@newtgingrich) July 17, 2018

But Democrats were not so quick to let him off the hook.

Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer, D-NY, said it was “too late.”

“President Trump tried to squirm away from what he said yesterday,” Schumer said in the Senate on Tuesday. “It is twenty-four hours late and in the wrong place.”

Trump, who also tried to make clear Tuesday that he stands behind the intelligence community, maintaining that he accepted its conclusion that the Russian intervention have taken place in the 2016 presidential elections, but that “there are other people also could do that.”

But at the resumption of his defense early on Wednesday, Trump announced that his meeting with the NATO allies as a “triumph”, and said the meeting with Putin was an “even greater success.”

“During the NATO meeting in Brussels, was a renowned triumph, with billions of dollars more brought to the countries at a faster pace, the meetings with Russia will prove, in the long run an even bigger success. A lot of positive things to come, that the Assembly” tweeted Trump.

During the NATO meeting in Brussels is a recognized triumph was brought, with billions of dollars more of the countries at a faster pace, which will be meeting with Russia, in the long run an even bigger success. A lot of positive things to come, that the Assembly..

— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) July 18, 2018

He added: “Russia has agreed to help with North Korea, where relations with the USA are very good and the process is moving along. There is no hurry, the sanctions remain! Great benefits and exciting future for North Korea at the end of the process!”

….Russia has agreed to help with North Korea, where relations with the USA are very good and the process is moving along. There is no hurry, the sanctions remain! Great benefits and exciting future for North Korea at the end of the process!

— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) July 18, 2018

Brooke Singman is a political Reporter for Fox News. You can follow her on Twitter at @Brooke FoxNews.

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