President Trump: Vladimir Putin Would Have Preferred Hillary Clinton as President


For weeks, the president's communications team have been referring all questions regarding the Russian investigation to Trump's outside counsel.

President Trump called on a non-American journalist during Thursday's joint press conference with the President of France, breaking with protocol and denying American journalists a rare opportunity to ask a question of their president.

No matter which reason it is, the outcome thus far is that the agreed-upon Russian-American cooperation in coordinating the ceasefire in southwestern Syria has a lot more potential to succeed than the cybersecurity initiative which was apparently dead-on-arrival the moment that Trump returned to the United States, leading one to the observation that the only realistic deals that can be made between the two Great Powers at this intense time of distrust are tangible plans dealing with hard security.

Trump's sanctions comments were initially made off-the-record and later published by the White House.

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"The reporter proceeded to ask Macron a question in French, then asked Trump about his perception of China's leader, Xi Jinping".

"Like the members of the White House press corps, the president wants a free press, and he can call on any reporter he chooses", she wrote, CNN reported.

Trump, who repeatedly tries to discredit the mainstream media in rallies and on Twitter, has gone nearly five months without holding a solo news conference.

Earlier Thursday, President Trump spoke to reporters for an extended Q&A session aboard Air Force One, during which he spoke with journalists at length about issues such as sanctions on Russian Federation and the border wall.