And no one knows what to think.
Donald Trump has spent the past week officially touring and meeting world leaders.
His first visit was to the United Kingdom, and while he wasn’t able to visit London due to the tens of thousands of people protesting him in the streets, he saw Prime Minister Theresa May at Chequers and Queen Elizabeth at Windsor.
Then came Helsinki, with Trump seeing another world leader, Russian President Vladimir Putin – a controversial visit given the accusations of the two colluding in the past, especially around the 2016 Presidential Election.
Putin was accused of interfering with the election, seeing Trump triumph over democrat leader Hillary Clinton, something that US citizens were hoping would be addressed in Monday’s summit in Helsinki.
One of these citizens was former Presidential candidate, Hillary Clinton, who took to her Twitter account to post, ‘Great World Cup. Question for President Trump as he meets Putin: Do you know which team you play for?’
There was disappointment however when Trump seemed to not only rubbish claims of Putin’s interference, but to defend the country’s innocence over the findings of his own intelligence agencies.
’They think it’s Russia,’ Trump announced when asked whether he believed the findings of his own intelligence agencies that 12 Russian nationals had hacked into the emails of Democrats. ‘I have President Putin – he just said it’s not Russia. I don’t see any reason why it would be.’
Clinton then returned to her Twitter account, this time posting four simple (and very telling words) – ‘Well now we know’.
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