Donald trump and Vladimir Putinto: Kevin Lamarque / Reuters
The white house refused to provide data on the negotiations of the President of the United States Donald trump and Russian leader Vladimir Putin. This publication reports The Hill, citing a decision.
So the authorities responded to a request from Democrats to disclose documents and records related to telephone or written communication of the two presidents, as well as with the preparation of their meetings. The lawyer of the White house, Pat Cipollone said that a diplomatic message of the President — confidential information, the disclosure of which would adversely affect the foreign relations trump and future presidents of the United States.
“The President should be able to negotiate with foreign leaders without fear that those communications will be disclosed and used for political purposes. And in the same have to be sure foreign leaders,” wrote Cipollone.
In January it became known that tramp has hidden from his administration the details of the negotiations with Putin, he gave his interpreter a Directive to keep secret the contents of the meeting and took his working papers. After that, members of the U.S. house of representatives wanted to call for questioning the translators of the American leader who worked for his meeting with Putin at the G20 summit in Hamburg.
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