The meeting,was initially planned to last 30 minutes…it went on for over two hours.
The Duran reported on the seven main takeaways from the historic Trump-Putin meeting.
One outcome from the Trump-Putin exchange, centered around the Hillary Clinton concocted lie of “Russian election meddling”, which has now been thoroughly exposed as fake news, forcing even the New York Times to walk away from many of its propagandized reports on the matter.
Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov confirmed that the two leaders discussed the the “strange” topic of “Russian election meddling”…
“President Trump said he heard President Putin’s clear statement that [the allegations] are not true, and that the Russian government has not interfered [in the US election], and [Trump] accepts those statements.”
Lavrov, added that the US has not revealed any proof of such cyber-election interference.
The AP reported yesterday that the Russians asked the U.S. for proof and evidence of their alleged interference in the 2016 election, which Russia denies.
Evidence which for over 9 months has not come to light by neither the White House, the FBI, or the NSA.
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson says the ask was made during a lengthy meeting in Germany between President Donald Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin.
Tillerson said the president pressed Putin on the issue and that they’d agreed to follow-up meetings.
That includes a new working group on cybersecurity and election interference.
Tillerson says, “the meeting was very constructive” and that the two leaders “connected very quickly.”
We are certain that the discussion about election meddling, not a ceasefire in Syria or cooperation on Ukraine and North Korea, will dominate the mainstream media news flow for the next month onwards, as the search for some scintilla of evidence that Trump is a Russian agent.
US President Donald Trump opened his much-anticipated meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin by raising concerns about Russia’s alleged interference in the 2016 presidential election, according to US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson.
“They had a very robust and lengthy exchange on the subject,” Tillerson said after the two leaders met for two hours on the sidelines of the G20 summit in Hamburg, Germany.
“The president pressed President Putin on more than one occasion regarding Russian involvement. President Putin denied such involvement, as I think he has in the past,” he said.