Russia On Trump: Kremlin Not 'Disappointed' With New US President
Feb 18 2017 by Lorena Waters
Ernst is also expressing concerns over Russian aggression in the world, and that country's relationship with President Trump. I don't know. We might.
U.S. Sen. Joni Ernst, R-Iowa, said Thursday she isn't sure what the White House's posture is toward Russian Federation, and she called on President Donald Trump to take a tougher stand against it and its president, Vladimir Putin.
Trump first invited the Russians to hack the Democratic candidate, Hillary Clinton.
'We're a very powerful nuclear country and so are they.
Russian President Vladimir Putin warned senior FSB agents Thursday that North Atlantic Treaty Organisation has a mission to draw Moscow into a war. I've done nothing for Russian Federation.
"You need a bottle to figure out what the US president's true position is", it said.
"We have strict laws that are very narrowly constrained in the ability of our intelligence services to spy on American citizens", Toomey said.
The report comes a day after U.S. National Security Adviser Michael Flynn resigned following reports he misled Vice President Mike Pence and other officials about his contacts with Russian Federation. As a private citizen, Mr. Flynn failed to disclose the extent of a conversation he had with Russia's Ambassador to the United States, Sergey I. Kislyak (someone he was on friendly terms with).
Carter Page, a former foreign policy adviser to President Trump, called the allegations, "completely fabricated by paid consultants and private investigators".
U.S. Senator Roy Blunt (R-Missouri) says Michael Flynn's resignation as national security advisor was the right decision. This thing called nuclear weapons like lots of things are done with uranium including some bad things'.
Ernst admits she has no regard for Russian Federation. The Russian oil rigs are in the Odessa gas fields, where Russia hijacked two drilling rigs in Ukrainian waters in December 2015, claiming them as part of the new Russian Crimea. "So again, I think that his resignation is absolutely appropriate and we'll see what shakes out in the coming weeks".
The Kremlin denied Friday that it has grown frustrated with a lack of progress in improving relations with Washington under President Donald Trump, saying it's too early to say what course Russia-U.S. ties will take.
Then he got asked about a ballistic missile that could violate an agreement between the two countries, and a Russian plane that buzzed a USA destroyer.