Friday, November 11, 2016
Donald Trump's First 100 Days: "Kremlin Says Russian Experts Met Trump Staff; Campaign Denies It" - MORE UPDATES
A top Russian diplomat and Vladimir Putin's spokesman said Thursday that Russian experts were in contact with some members of President-elect Donald Trump's staff during the presidential campaign, a period in which the United States accused Russia of hacking into Democratic Party emails systems.
A spokeswoman for Trump denied the assertion, but it raised the ongoing suspicions about the president-elect's relationship with Putin's government that had dogged his campaign with former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.
Russia is hopeful that a Trump presidency will heralTrump chief of staff pick to signal direction of presidencyd improved relations with the United States. But, in a sign of the cold realism that Putin is known for, Moscow is not betting on an immediate drastic turnaround in the strained relationship. Read More
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Posted by Robin G. Jordan at 11:53 AM