Spicer says he doesn't know if Trump believes Russia interfered in 2016 election
10 monthes ago - By The Washington Post
Trump has been inconsistent in how he talks about Russia's interference in the election.
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Spicer Hasn't Asked Trump If Russians Meddled in 2016 Campaign
10 monthes ago - By Bloomberg
President Donald Trump's spokesman said he hasn't asked his boss whether he believes the Russian government interfered in the 2016 presidential election, the consensus view of the U.S. intelligence community.
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Spicer won't say if Trump believes overwhelming evidence of Russian election interference
10 monthes ago - By Think Progress
He claims the two have never talked about it. CREDIT: AP Photo/Alex Brandon During a White House briefing on Tuesday, White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer refused to answer a question about if President Trump believes that Russia actually interfered in the 2016 election. “I have not sat down and talked to him about that specific thing,” Spicer said. “Obviously we've been dealing with a lot of other issues today. I'd be glad to touch base.” The reporter who asked Spicer the question - Trey Yingst of One America News - wasn't satisfied with that response, and sought clarification...
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Sean Spicer faced on-camera questions for the first time in 8 days, and he won't say if Trump believes Russia interfered in the election
10 monthes ago - By Business Insider
White House press secretary Sean Spicer refused to comment on Tuesday on President Donald Trump's thoughts on Russian meddling in the 2016 election, a bizarre move considering the issue's prominence in the news cycle for months.
During his first on-camera press briefing in over a week, the press secretary did not answer a question about whether Trump believed the Russians interfered in the US election, saying he hadn't spoken with Trump about the topic.
"I have not sat down and talked with him about that specific thing," Spicer said. "Obviously we've been dealing with a lot of other issues...
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