Spokeswoman for White House answers questions on Russia's interference in U.S. elections

Source : 112 Ukraine

Sarah Sanders met with U.S. Special Prosecutor Robert Mueller's office employees voluntarily
17:07, 17 February 2019

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A spokeswoman for the White House, Sarah Sanders, answered questions of the U.S. Special Prosecutor Robert Mueller office employees. This is reported by the AP.

"The president called on me, like everyone in the administration, to cooperate fully with the special prosecutor. I was glad to meet with them voluntarily," Sanders said.

It is noted that Mueller is close to completing his investigation into a possible deal between Trump’s presidential campaign and the Russian government. Trump denies everything.

Trump and Sanders are known for calling Mueller’s investigation “political witch hunt.”

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The U.S. President Donald Trump and his Russian colleague Vladimir Putin had a meeting at the G20 Summit in Brazil without officials, who could note the conversation, as The Financial Times reported referring to the resources.

As the news agency reports, Trump’s wife Melania and Putin’s translator were present at the meeting. The conversation lasted for around 15 minutes. They discussed international politics, Azov crisis, and Syrian conflict in particular.

“Trump’s advisors described the meeting as one of several “informal” conversations he had that evening. Yet, the reports of the people who knew about the meeting say that the conversation was longer and more substantial than the White House informed,” the news agency reads.

The U.S. State Department refused to enclose any details of the meeting, having passed the questions to the White House. The representative of the White House refused to comment, yet confirmed that the meeting took place.

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