Donald Trump 5 consecutive secret meetings with Russian President Vladmir Putin has now been an issue of concern for the Public as the Democrats are now demanding indepth details of what their discussions had been all about.


Donald Trump 5 consecutive secret meetings with Russian President Vladmir Putin has now been an issue of concern for the Public as the Democrats are now demanding indepth details of what their discussions had been all about. 

The meetings with Putin are not the only subject of such Democrats demands. The House leaders left little room for doubt this week that they will utilize their newly minted majority to cast a wide net around the president, his family and their businesses.


The judiciary committee had issued document requests to 81 individuals and entities, seeking information on everything from contacts between Trump aides and Moscow to hush money payments to women and possible obstruction of justice.


“What kind of things are being discussed that the president does not want to share?” said Steven Pifer, a former US ambassador to Ukraine who served on Bill Clinton’s National Security Council as senior director for Russia, Ukraine and Eurasia.
“Is he discussing Trump Tower? What’s the basis for the discussion? We just don’t know.
“I don’t know why the president doesn’t have a notetaker … That would be the best way to send off any suspicions that something untoward has been done.”

In fact, translators have been present at the Presidents meeting, such as in Hamburg in 2017 and in Helsinki last year. But it has been reported that the president has taken unusual steps to keep their notes personal.
The president has publicly disagreed with warnings from his own intelligence chiefs that the Russians are still seeking to influence in US elections. National Security Agency chief Adm Mike Rogers testified before Congress last year that the administration was not doing enough to disrupt Russian cyberattacks at source, in part because the president had not authorized such an effort.
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