Trump said nothing new in Helsinki—but his remarks clarified and distilled into a single frame his appalling disregard for an assault on America.
The president found no safe harbor on his favorite network after his controversial press conference with Russian President Vladimir Putin.
The president made a shocking statement. Plus France’s World Cup victory, the history of hot-air balloons, and more.
During a joint press conference with Russian President Vladimir Putin, President Trump rejected the consensus among the U.S. intelligence community that Russia interfered in the 2016 presidential election.
The president’s remarks casting doubt on Russian interference in the 2016 election drew rebukes both implicit and explicit from those close to, and within, his own administration.
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In Helsinki, the president preferred to pin the problem on “many years of U.S. foolishness and stupidity.”
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The country can no longer afford to wait to ascertain why President Trump has subordinated himself to Putin—it must deal with the fact that he has.
The GOP can either defend the United States or serve the damaged and defective man who is now its president.
The president of the United States took Vladimir Putin’s word over findings by several American agencies that Russia interfered with the 2016 election.
The tournament boasted chaotic early matches, a record-long slugfest, and a monumental comeback for Novak Djokovic.
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As Trump and Putin meet in Helsinki, the confrontation reflects a larger—and for now probably unbridgeable—divide.
The U.S. president may be seeking better terms with his counterpart. But the relationship between their countries just seems to keep getting worse.
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The Russian leader knows Trump needs to walk away claiming victory. That gives the Kremlin an advantage.
When you root for the world’s less powerful, the tournament can read like a run-on sentence of tragedy, only loosely punctuated with joy.
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Much has happened since the country won its last World Cup two decades ago, making this a bittersweet moment in a country always romancing the past.