Published: Wed, July 18, 2018
Global Media | By Garry Long

Arnold Schwarzenegger calls Donald Trump a "little wet noodle"

Arnold Schwarzenegger calls Donald Trump a

"This wasn't a good day for Donald Trump", he continued.

He pointedly called out the president for refusing to denounce Russian interference in the 2016 election during Monday's press conference at the Helsinki Summit.

In response many serving Republicans back in the United States told press that there was no doubt Russian Federation had interfered in the vote; director of national intelligence, Dan Coats, also spoke publicly of his agency's agreement that Russian Federation was involved.

Few politicians came to the defense of the president's performance against Putin on the world stage. "I don't see any reason why it would be", he said in a news conference after the summit.

Former FBI Director James Comey on Monday said "patriots need to stand up" and reject President Trump's behavior after he seemingly accepted Russian President Vladimir Putin's denial that Russia didn't interfere in the 2016 election.

Bolton: Trump would be 'silly' to demand extradition of Russian intelligence officers
Mr Huntsman said the meeting will go on, arguing that some worldwide issues can't be solved without Russian engagement. The U.S. has no extradition treaty with Moscow and can't compel Russian Federation to hand over citizens.

Speaking with Fox News' Sean Hannity, Trump called Putin "very, very strong", and said the meeting between the two heads of state was a turning point for Russia-US relations. "I think we have all been foolish". "I don't think he cares about California and I think California doesn't care about him".

Without being prompted on the topic of collusion, he also added: "There was no collusion at all".

'President Trump, I just saw your press conference with Putin and it was embarrassing, ' the former Californian governor shared on his social media pages.

"I still don't understand why he didn't trust John Bolton, Mike Pompeo to be in that meeting", Mr. Brennan said.

Senator Lindsay Graham later expressed his wariness on Twitter, writing: "If it were me, I'd check the soccer ball for listening devices and never allow it in the White House".

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