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Trump: Russia wants to win over Democrats in midterm elections
President Trump’s tweets, that Russia will ” fight very hard to influence the upcoming elections.
President Trump on Tuesday expressed concern about the possibility that Russia in this year’s elections, the the last effort, in order to show that he is ready to hard with the Land to which the criticism of the last week of his summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin.
“I am very concerned that the struggle is Russia’s very hard to have tweeted an impact on the upcoming elections,” Trump.
Without citing evidence, Trump argued that the Russians would prefer Democrats to win in November.
“Based on the fact that no President has been tougher on Russia than me, they will push very hard for the Democrats,” Trump said. “You don’t want to be sure that Trump!”
I am very worried that Russia the fight will be very hard to have an impact on the upcoming election. Based on the fact that no President has been tougher on Russia than me, they will push very hard for the Democrats. You definitely don’t Trump want!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) 24. July 2018
But it comes as a Special Counsel Robert Muller is the persecution of the Russian workers for the alignment of state Hillary Clinton to help campaign and the Democratic party in the election of 2016 in an effort to trump. During last week’s summit, Putin called the allegations, denied that Trump is experimenting in the election, but he admitted that he preferred Trump over Clinton in the dispute.
TRUMP CONTINUED DEFENSE OF PUTIN SUMMIT AFTER THE WALK-
Earlier this month, a federal grand jury indicted 12 Russians for allegedly hacking E-Mails during the campaign. “The internet allows foreign adversaries to attack America, in new and unexpected ways,” Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein said at the time.
In Helsinki last week, Trump said he did not know, “do you see any reason why” Russia would be behind the election-meddling in 2016. 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 in the White house the next day, went back to these comments and said he meant the opposite. “I’ve explained to said, the word ‘would’ instead of ‘would be’…a kind of double-negative,” Trump.
Fox News’ Brooke Singman contributed to this report.
Alex Pappas is a political reporter at FoxNews.com. Follow him on Twitter at @Alex Pappas.