Trump Believes Russia, Calls Election Collusion Allegation ‘Nonsense,’ Email Hack ‘Past Issue’
Can you hear the Russians laughing at America and the man we call President?
Russian President Vladimir Putin and his Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov shared a good laugh moments after meeting with Trump and Secretary of State Rex Tillerson at the G20 Summit in Hamburg, Germany earlier today.
The meeting between the two leaders was originally scheduled to last for 30 minutes but stretched to two hours.
Sources tell The Liberal Advocate News that the two leaders spent less than three minutes on the issue of 2016 presidential election hacking.
“The issue barely came up and when it did Trump told Putin that he should not pay attention to the noise coming from America,” our source told us moments after the meeting ended.
“Trump called the allegation that his campaign colluded with the Russians ‘nonsense,’ told Putin there was no collusion,” our source continued.
He assured Putin that he needn’t worry about email hacking allegations, calling it a past issue.
“It is one of the most important issues facing this nation and Trump called it a past issue? He is supposed to be the president and it is his job to protect this nation,” our outraged source continued.
Moments after the meeting, a jubilant Russian team told the media that President Trump accepted without questions, Putin’s assertions that Russia had nothing to do with the presidential election hacking.
Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov told the media that “Trump accepted the assurances from us that we had nothing to do with it.”
“President Trump said he’s heard Putin’s very clear statements that this is not true and that the Russian government didn’t interfere in the elections and that he accepts these statements. That’s all,” Lavrov said.
U.S. President Trump later told Putin that it was “an honor” to meet him. “it’s an honor to be with you. We spoke over the phone with you several times, but phone conversations are never enough.”
Putin responded through a translator. “I’m delighted to be able to meet you personally.”
Earlier, Trump said he was not sure Russia was behind the election hacking. “Nobody really knows for sure,” he said.
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