"In a key sentence in my remarks I said the word "would" instead of 'wouldn't.' The sentence should have been I don't see any reason why I wouldn't or why it wouldn't be Russian Federation". "President Putin was extremely strong and powerful in his denial today". On that discussion, a host said that Trump "smells like an agent of the Kremlin", due to his repeated negative comments about his own country.
"In a key sentence in my remarks I said the word "would" instead of "wouldn't".
Reading from prepared remarks, Trump said that he accepted the broad consensus of the USA intelligence community that Russian Federation meddled in the election, then ad-libbed that there "could be other people also".
Speaking about Mr Trump's mistake, Sky's United States correspondent Hannah Thomas-Peter said: "If we are to believe that (it was a simple mistake), that's not good, because the leader of the free world should be able to nail those important ideas, express himself clearly under pressure when standing next to the leader of an adversarial nation".
In a tweet, Mr Trump alluded to last week's North Atlantic Treaty Organisation summit, which ended with him saying he had secured extra money for defence - something disputed by allies in the Western military alliance.
Putin proposed that same plan after they met at a Group of Seven summit in Germany a year ago.
When asked about the criticism that this resolution is largely symbolic and won't yield tangible results, Flake said the President has wide authority when it comes to foreign policy, but "you try to use whatever leverage you can".
In another excerpt from the Russian state TV political discussion show, according to Davis in a translation posted to her Twitter account, the host described Trump as "licking Putin's boots".
"What I see is that the policy of the rest of the executive branch isn't too different from the Obama administration", Stent said.
In a joint press conference, Putin said that the leaders touched on issues including tensions on the Korean peninsula and the situation in Syria during their first summit.
"He's held aloft by his base for now, but the base alone is not sufficient and I think we're in for a rough ride this fall."We should have had this dialogue a long time ago. "I think that the United States has been foolish".
Trump said Tuesday he misspoke a day earlier when he didn't back up findings by the USA intelligence community that Russian Federation had meddled in the 2016 U.S. presidential election.
But Trump gave the go-ahead to announce the charges against the 12 Russian intelligence officers accused of hacking Hillary Clinton's 2016 presidential campaign and the Democratic Party.
"There's a possibility that we may well take up legislation related to this", McConnell said on Capitol Hill Tuesday after mentioning Sen. A Republican aide said the panel originally asked to meet him following Trump's meeting with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un but added Russian Federation to the agenda following the president's tumultuous meeting with Putin. "You know the president can do more damage in 15 minutes at a press conference than we can undo in six months of passing resolutions".
Trump ally Newt Gingrich said the comments were the "most serious mistake of his presidency", urging him to clarify.
During his remarks, Trump reiterated his belief that it was a good thing to get along with Russian Federation and highlighted the successes of his three stops in Europe.