More than half of Americans think Russian Federation has 'kompromat' on Trump

U.S. Senate Majority Leader Mitch Mc Connell speaks to reporters at the Capitol as fallout continued over U.S. President Donald Trump's Helsinki summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Washington U.S

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Trump walked back his comments on Russian Federation the day after his appearance with Putin, though he later cast doubt on Special Counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into Russia's role in the 2016 race.

The comments by House of Representatives Speaker Paul Ryan reflect the continuing unease among US lawmakers even within Mr. Trump's own party about his outreach to Mr. Putin in the wake of the July 16 summit between the two leaders in Helsinki.

Just last week, the president twice said "no" when ABC News' Cecilia Vega asked if he believed Russia was still targeting the U.S. Such as response would seem to contradict the president's Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats who had recently warned that "the warning lights are blinking red again" when it came to the threat of Russian cyber attacks.

"When you hear the Fake News talking negatively about my meeting with President Putin, and all that I gave up, remember, I gave up NOTHING", Trump said on Twitter.

"The US senators' initiative to toughen the anti-Russian sanctions is yet another manifestation of the anti-Russian agony".

The Russian Ministry of Defense slammed US Gen. Joseph Votel Tuesday, accusing America's top military commander in the Middle East of discrediting President Donald Trump's position after Votel expressed hesitancy about working with Russia in Syria.

Trump explained that he mixed up "would" and 'wouldn't when speaking about Russia's involvement.

U.S. Senate Majority Leader Mitch Mc Connell speaks to reporters at the Capitol as fallout continued over U.S. President Donald Trump's Helsinki summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Washington U.S
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A slightly larger 56 percent disapprove of Trump expressing doubts about USA intelligence agencies' conclusion that Russian Federation tried to influence the outcome of the 2016 election.

Trump wasn't acting in the best interest of the nation, voters said by a 54 to 41 per cent margin.

Putin's failure to swiftly accept Trump's invitation for a Washington summit this fall has been noticeable, Reuters reported. Trump's approval is up one percentage point from June and is at its highest point relative to previous polls of presidential approval jointly conducted by the Wall Street Journal and NBC News reports Breitbart News. She says the US still hopes Putin will have the 12 Russians indicted on charges brought by the Justice Department "come to the United States to prove their innocence or guilt". Eighty-seven percent of Republicans and 54 percent of independents were among those who approved of a second Putin summit.

"People have picked sides on these issues", Miringoff said. And two-thirds of Americans think Mueller should be allowed to finish his investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election, an opinion that has shifted little since January.

Whitman, who also served as former President George W. Bush's EPA administrator, continued by pointing out Trump's lack of credibility.

More broadly, 37 percent of USA adults said they think Trump's decisions on foreign policy have produced positive changes for the United States.

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