President Trump refused to say whether he believes his own intelligence agencies or President Vladimir Putin of Russia on the question of Russian interference in the 2016 American election. The two presidents held their first summit meeting as Trump was throwing into doubt longstanding assumptions about the West’s political, military and trade alliances. He began the day by blaming the United States, not Russia, for tensions between the two countries, though he later said both sides were to blame.
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