Monday, 16 July 2018 If nothing else, the Donald Trump-Vladimir Putin news conference at the summit in Helsinki, Finland, undoubtedly qualifies as the strangest moment in Russian-American relations (including the Soviet era). The U.S. president stood next to a foreign leader whose agents have just been indicted by special counsel Robert Mueller for conspiring to interfere in our elections -- charges that are also backed by U.S. intelligence -- and proclaimed that he believes the foreign leader's denial while berating Democrats and Mueller's probe.
President Trump opens up after a private meeting with Russia's President Putin. He starts his opening statements with his congratulations on hosting the FIFA World Cup. After that pleasant congratulations, he touches upon topics including trade, China, North Korea, tensions, meddling in American...
CNN's Jake Tapper joins Larry to examine Donald Trump's latest threats to Iran and his Twitter fury over the Russia probe and critics of the Helsinki summit. Plus, a look into Tapper's newest political..
Larry and guests assess the fallout Donald Trump faces at home following his meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Helsinki. The Young Turks' John Iadarola, Former Rep. Chris Shays (R-CT),..