President Trump denied any special connection with Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin on Tuesday, and he differentiated his way to deal with Russia to predecessor Barack Obama’s dealings with Iran.
“I don’t know Putin, have no deals in Russia, and the haters are going crazy,” Trump tweeted. “Yet Obama can make a deal with Iran, #1 in terror, no problem!”
Trump has asserted to have met Putin before.
In a 2014 discourse to the National Press Club, Trump said that “I was in Moscow recently and I spoke, indirectly and directly, with President Putin, who could not have been nicer.”
Members of both parties criticized Trump this week for appearing to liken Putin’s autocratic government to that of the United States.
At the point when Fox News questioner Bill O’Reilly referred to the quantity of Putin commentators who have been killed — “Putin’s a killer” — Trump replied: “Lot of killers. We’ve got a lot of killers. Boy, you think our country’s so innocent?”
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., reacted on CNN: “No, I don’t think there is any equivalency between the way the Russians conduct themselves and the way the United States does.”
House Democratic pioneer Nancy Pelosi and various pundits have required an FBI investigation concerning conceivable Trump binds to Russia, referring to his rehashed compliments of Putin even as he condemns other world pioneers. Russia is one the reasons individuals need Trump to discharge his assessment forms. However, he rehashed in his tweet that he has no deals there.
Trump criticized Obama and the Iran atomic assertion seven days after his organization put more endorses on Tehran over a rocket test and claimed to bolster for fear mongering. The Obama organization had created Those new endorses. The president and assistants say he is checking on the Iran bargain in which the United States, the five changeless individuals from United Nations Security Council, which incorporates Russia and China, and Germany reduced previous sanctions in exchange for Iran surrendering the way to make atomic weapons.