White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders accused the press of trying «to create a narrative that just doesn't exist» about the relationship between US President Donald Trump and the Russian government, speaking during a press briefing in Washington DC, Tuesday.
At first Sanders spoke about the Clintons and their alleged ties to Russia, «If you want to talk further about a relationship... Еще with Russia, look no further than the Clintons.» She then went on to say that Trump is, instead, someone «who has actually been tough on Russia» as «he wants more fracking, more coal, more energy, a stronger military, a stronger defence. Those things aren't good for Russia.»
Sanders said that «the distinctions are very clear,» and told the press, «you guys want to create a narrative that just doesn't exist.»
On being asked what is holding the US president from signing into law the bill that imposes new sanctions on the Russian Federation, Sanders briefly stated, «There's nothing holding him back. There's a review process, a legal process, they are going through that, and he'll sign the bill and we'll let you guys know.»
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