Trump tweets about forming a cybersecurity unit with Russia against hacking

U.S. President Donald Trump said on Twitter on Sunday that he examined framing a cybersecurity unit to make preparations for decision hacking with Russian President Vladimir Putin.

Tweeting after his initially meeting with Putin on Friday, Trump said now was an ideal opportunity to work productively with Moscow, indicating a truce bargain in southwest Syria that happened on Sunday. “Putin and I examined framing an impervious Cyber Security unit with the goal that decision hacking, and numerous other negative things, will be protected and safe,” he said following their discussions at the G20 summit in Hamburg, Germany.

Trump said he had raised affirmations of Russian impedance in the 2016 U.S. presidential decision with Putin. “I emphatically squeezed President Putin twice about Russian intruding in our race. He fervently denied it. I’ve officially given my sentiment… ..” He included, “We arranged a truce in parts of Syria which will spare lives. Presently the time has come to push ahead in working valuably with Russia!” Republican Senator Marco Rubio of Florida instantly reprimanded the proceed onward Twitter, saying Putin was not a confided in accomplice.

Cooperating with Putin on a “Digital Security Unit” is likened to collaborating with (Syrian President Bashar al) Assad on a “Synthetic Weapons Unit,” he composed. Examinations by an extraordinary guidance, Robert Mueller, and a few U.S. congressional boards of trustees are investigating whether Russia meddled in the race and connived with Trump’s battle. Those tests are centered only around Moscow’s activities, administrators and knowledge authorities say, and no proof has surfaced openly embroiling different nations.

Moscow has denied any obstruction, and Trump says his crusade did not conspire with Russia.

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