Trump denounces 'disgrace' of reports of Russian ties to him
One year ago - By News OK
NEW YORK - A defiant President-elect Donald Trump on Wednesday adamantly denied reports that Russia had obtained compromising personal and financial information about him, calling it a "tremendous blot" on the record of the intelligence community if such material had been released.
The incoming president, in his first news conference since late July, firmly chided news organizations for publishing the material late Tuesday night.
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Trump denies, denounces reports on Russia ties: 'a disgrace'
One year ago - By ABC
Opening his first news conference since the election, President-elect Donald Trump on Wednesday responded to suggestions that U.S. intelligence agencies leaked unsubstantiated reports to the media about his relationship with Russia, calling it a "tremendous blot on their record if they did that."
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Donald Trump Denounces Reports Of Russian Ties
One year ago - By CBS
NEW YORK - Opening his first news conference since the election, President-elect Donald Trump on Wednesday responded to suggestions that U.S. intelligence agencies leaked unsubstantiated reports to the media about his relationship with Russia, calling it a “tremendous blot on their record if they did that.”
“I think it's a disgrace that information would be let out. I saw the information, I read the information outside of that meeting,” he said, a reference to a classified briefing he received from intelligence leaders. “It's all fake news, it's phony stuff, it didn't happen. It was gotten...
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