TIME Magazine's striking new cover blends Trump and Putin into one person

TIME Magazine's striking new cover blends Trump and Putin into one person

Time magazine has blended the faces of Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin in an eerie nod to the USA president's ongoing Russian Federation calamity.

The president stated without hedging that Russian Federation meddled in the election, although on Tuesday he raised the possibility someone else also could have been hacking.

"I think the best art can change people's perception of how they see how they are as human beings", she said.

Then-U.S. Ambassador to Russia Michael McFaul leaves the Foreign Ministry in Moscow in 2013.

The accompanying cover story by Brian Bennett, titled, "Trump Wanted a Summit With Putin".

Sanders also indicated on Wednesday that no final decision had been made, but that the proposal was under consideration. "The president will work with his team and we'll let you know if there is an announcement on that front", Sanders said.

That response drew outcry from diplomats and lawmakers.

The State Department knocked down the idea and McFaul himself called for clarification.

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The White House on Wednesday declined to rule out accepting a Russian proposal for the questioning in the United States of Americans sought by the Kremlin for "illegal activities", including a former US ambassador to Moscow.

The White House rejected Putin's offer as the Republican-controlled Senate prepared to issue a rebuke to Trump by going on record against the offer.

President Donald Trump today denied Russian Federation is still targeting the United States, a claim sharply at odds with recent warnings from his top intelligence chief about ongoing threats to election security.

Democratic U.S. Representative Eric Swalwell said if Trump allowed Russians to question McFaul, "you can count on me and millions of others to swiftly make you an ex-president".

"I don't think there's any question in the intelligence community or at DHS that Russians attempted to infiltrate and interfere with our electoral system", Nielsen said.

Browder grew up in Chicago but gave up his citizenship almost 20 years ago and is now a British citizen.

"We're doing very well, probably as well as anybody has ever done with Russian Federation". Putin has denied any such meddling. Nonetheless, Browder was tried in absentia and sentenced to prison in Russia, making him a fugitive of Russian law enforcement.

His comments also come less than a month after he said members of the press should be "free from the fear of being violently attacked while doing their jobs", in the wake of a deadly shooting in a Maryland newsroom of the Capital Gazette that killed five people on June 28. Putin then warned that progress was jeopardized by the uproar in the US over the meeting, lambasting Trump's opponents and critics of the summit and accusing them of undermining the summit for their own political ends.

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