Top 53 Headlines from the Trump-Putin Summit: All of them are Terrifying
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The president has upended the global definitions of friends and foes.
“APPALLING,” “A MESS,” “NOTHING SHORT OF COWARDLY”: WASHINGTON INSIDERS REEL AS TRUMP CAVES TO PUTIN IN HELSINKI
Current and former U.S. officials were stunned. It was a “dereliction of duty,” says a former NATO ambassador. “It may well be the most damaging trip by an American president in memory.”
The president, former advisers say, is driven by a deep sense of insecurity about the election. And so he will never really confront his Russian counterpart.
Trump’s Joint Press Conference With Russian President Makes Their Secret Love an Official Relationship
For a growing segment of the right, it appears pissing off liberals is not enough to make up for caving to Vlad.
The Trump-Putin meeting reveals how Trump is killing American power.
President Donald Trump questions US intelligence community, not Putin, on alleged Russian meddling in 2016 election.
Trump says that both countries are equally to blame for the tensions, rather than Russia’s invasion of Crimea or interference in the 2016 U.S. election.
Trump’s refusal to condemn Putin “will be seen by Russia as a sign of weakness,” said Sen. Lindsey Graham of South Carolina.
The president claims that the Mueller investigation is driving a “wedge” between US-Russia relations.
Trump’s comments alongside Putin were rightly condemned, but words don’t count for much. We need action.
Trump says summit with Putin was ‘even better’ than NATO meeting as a growing number of Republicans criticize his Helsinki comments
Putin, former KGB case officer that he is, certainly knew that details would bore Trump, who imagined he was engaging in big-time statecraft even as he sounded petty and defensive.
Analysis: In rushing headstrong into a summit with no agenda or goals, Trump failed on the world stage.
‘Put it on the table’: Putin REFUSES to touch indictment naming his spies as election meddlers in confrontation with Fox News’ Chris Wallace who asks: Why do so many of your rivals ‘end up dead?’
Donald Trump’s refusal to blame Russia for meddling in the 2016 election has sparked outrage across the political spectrum. FT news editor Peter Spiegel looks at the impact of Republican anger on Mr Trump’s future as president and how it could raise the question of impeachment.
One former German ambassador summed up the mood: “Europeans are really scared.”
President didn’t challenge Putin on interference in the 2016 presidential election, the annexation of Crimea or other contentious issues
The American president walked out to the podium and sided consistently and passionately with the Russian president against America’s interests.
The president sparked outrage when he refused to publicly condemn Russian leader Vladimir Putin for Russian interference in the 2016 campaign.
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