Victim's son calls on Trump to raise UK poisoning with Putin

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John Bolton, national security adviser to President Donald Trump, rejected the suggestion that Trump's attitude toward the media is similar to Russian President Vladimir Putin's.

"I think the DNC should have been ashamed of themselves for allowing themselves to be hacked", he told Glor.

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"It shows that the justice system, the Department of Justice, are aware of these Russian efforts at election meddling", he said. But afterward, the United States and Russian Federation had different accounts of what was said during the two leaders' more-than-two-hour discussion.

"You know, the Russians take the position, you can like it or not like it, that their constitution forbids them to extradite Russian citizens".

Warner also argued that the White House needs "other individuals from his administration in the room so we know that at least someone will press the Russians on making sure they don't interfere in future U.S. elections".

"I go in with low expectations", Trump told CBS in the same interview.

"Much of our news media is indeed the enemy of the people and all the Democrats".

Mr Trump said he had "low expectations" for his meeting on Monday with Russia's Vladimir Putin, which comes after 12 Russians were indicted for alleged hacking during 2016 USA elections. Before coming to Europe, Trump predicted his meeting with Putin could be the "easiest" stage of a tour that included stops in Brussels and Britain. "I think that getting along with Russian Federation is a good thing", Trump told the program.

Noting that Putin's government jails journalists critical of the Russian state, Karl asked Bolton if Trump's temperament toward the press is similar to Putin's.

Bolton on Sunday said he found it "hard to believe" that Putin did not know about the Russian disruption efforts, given the alleged role of Russian intelligence officers.

"Both sides trust the Finns can do it, obviously, because they come here again, and I'm confident that we can do it", Torstila said, adding that "we expect that the two presidents, whom we welcome in Finland warmly, will do their part".

Arizona GOP Sen. Jeff Flake wants Trump to tell Putin his 2014 invasion and occupation of the Crimea region of Ukraine is "illegal" and his activities in Syria are "detrimental".

Warner tells NBC's "Meet the Press" on Sunday that Trump "has been completely reluctant to call out Putin as a bad actor".

Trump's meeting with Putin comes days after a federal grand jury indicted 12 Russian intelligence officials on charges of hacking the servers of the Democratic National Committee and that of its 2016 presidential candidate Hillary Clinton.

Maas welcomed the meeting, at which the United States president has said he will raise the issue of nuclear weapons reduction.

Ambassador Jon Huntsman says the two countries now have a "fraught bilateral relationship". He said he's going to do that.

"The collective blood pressure between the United States and Russian Federation is off-the-charts high so it's a good thing these presidents are getting together", he said.

"These individuals must be brought to the United States so that they can stand trial, and you should demand that Mr. Putin hand them over", the senators wrote.