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"Meet the Press" host Chuck Todd on Sunday grilled Vice President Mike Pence on why President Donald Trump can't seem to find "a negative thing" to say about Russian President Vladimir Putin.

PRESIDENT DONALD TRUMP has moved to distance himself from Russian president Vladimir Putin, saying that he doesn't know him. "Putin's a killer", O'Reilly pushed back.

The EU on Monday insisted all parties must fully implement the Minsk ceasefire accords to restore peace in Ukraine, after US President Donald Trump stoked fresh concerns he could take a softer line on Russian Federation. What, do you think our country's so innocent.?

Many asked how conservatives would have reacted had President Barack Obama, or other Democrats, compared US actions to Mr. Putin's.

"This is an awkward situation for Fox News rather than for us", the Kremlin spokesman said. "Lot of killers", Trump says.

Trump responded, "He's running his country, and at least he's a leader, unlike what we have in this country".

Rather than stand up to an authoritarian state's deplorable actions against its own people, Trump instead retained a warm, friendly tone while throwing the American people under the bus.

In January a year ago, after a British judge ruled that Putin had "probably" authorized the murder of former KGB agent Alexander Litvinenko in London, Trump said he saw "no evidence" the Russian president was guilty.

"The German Chancellor and the Russian President agreed that new efforts must be made to secure a ceasefire and asked foreign ministers and their advisers to remain in close contact", government spokesman Steffen Seibert said. "I have no idea", he said in response to a question.

Scarborough asked about Trump's bromance with Putin and Trump responded, "When people call you brilliant, it's always good. You think our country's so innocent?"

Democratic Leader in the House Nancy Pelosi also accused Trump for being soft on Russian Federation. "I don't think we ought to spend any federal money investigating that", he said on CNN.

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