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Report: trump to know about Putin’s role in Russian interference in the 2 weeks before taking office. Kevin cork-reports from the White house.

President Trump his White house has asked to have an invitation to Russian President Vladimir Putin to visit Washington later this year, the press Secretary Sarah Sanders said on Thursday.

“In Helsinki, @POTUS agreed to work through the current level, the dialogue between the two security council staff. President Trump asked @Ambjohnbolton President Putin to Washington in the autumn of inviting, and these discussions have already tweeted in progress,” Sanders.

In Helsinki, @POTUS agreed to work through the current level, the dialogue between the two security council staff. President Trump asked @Ambjohnbolton President Putin to Washington in the autumn of inviting, and these discussions are already in progress.

— Sarah Sanders (@PressSec) 19. July 2018

Trump and Putin met in Helsinki, Finland, on Monday. Earlier Thursday, Trump has called the summit “a great success”, and said he looked “forward to our second encounter.”

The summit with Russia was a great success meeting, except with the real enemy of the people, the Fake news media. I look forward to our second meeting, so that we with the implementation of some of the many things that will be discussed, including stopping the terrorism, the security of Israel, the nuclear……..

— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) 19. July 2018

….Proliferation of weapons of mass destruction, cyber attacks, trade, Ukraine, peace in the Middle East, North Korea, and more. There are many answers, some are easy and some hard, these problems…but they can ALL be solved!

— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) 19. July 2018

Meanwhile, the White house Thursday, tamp down there to find a fire-storm that erupted in the Wake of the Trump-in this week’s summit with Putin, not to support the President, the Russian head of state, the proposal to allow his government to interview American officials.

“It is a proposal that has been made, in the sincerity of President Putin, but President Trump do not agree with him,” Sanders said in a statement Thursday afternoon.

The statement came as the administration confronted, the mounting of room for entertaining Putin’s proposal, which related to the Robert-Müller probe.

The Russian state had been proposed by chief on Monday, to have an unusual quid pro quo, offer the special counsel team in question accused re Russian officers as part of an election-meddling case, if the Russians in question, certain U.S. persons could.

Trump, at the Helsinki press conference, calling the offer “incredible.” On Wednesday, Sanders neither endorsed nor rejected the offer.

“He wants to work with his team and determine whether there is any validity, would be helpful to the process,” said Sanders, noting that Trump has no “obligation.”

“The President will meet with his team,” she said.

But the plan of bells fast the alarm in Washington, particularly under Putin’s apparent objectives.

The first individual Putin expressed interest in the interview Bill Browder, one of the best-known critic was despised by the Kremlin for his role in ” pushing sanctions legislation around the world.

Browder, the CEO and co-founder of Hermitage Capital, has worked to discover, for years of attorney in the name of his employee, Sergei Magnitsky, whom he had hired, to massive financial fraud in Russia. Magnitsky died in Russian police custody nearly ten years ago, beaten, allegedly, death. Browder later, successfully pushed Russia-sanctions, the legislation named after Magnitsky in the United States and beyond.

Browder, an American-born British citizen, admitted to Fox News that Trump would not have “jurisdiction” over him.

Fox News’ Brooke Singman contributed to this report.

Alex Pappas is a political reporter at FoxNews.com. Follow him on Twitter at @Alex Pappas.

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