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As questions continue to mount over what was discussed in President Donald Trump’s private meetings with Russian President Vladimir Putin, The New York Times reports after one such meeting, he called a Times reporter to say the Russians were “falsely accused” of meddling in the 2016 election. The call came after Trump had met Putin for the first time in Hamburg, Germany, for the G-20 summit:
“The day after the two meetings, as Mr. Trump was on Air Force One taking off from Germany heading back to Washington, he telephoned a Times reporter and argued that the Russians were falsely accused of election interference. While he insisted most of the conversation be off the record, he later repeated a few things in public in little-noticed asides. “He said that he raised the election hacking three times and that Mr. Putin denied involvement. But he said Mr. Putin also Continue reading "NY Times: Trump Called Times Reporter to Argue Russians ‘Falsely Accused’ of Election Interference"