U.S. Politics

Russia Foreign Minister Denies Conversing With Trump About Comey

Washington – Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov prevents talking about the terminating from claiming previous FBI Director James Comey with President Donald Trump amid his White House visit prior this month.

U.S. President Donald Trump meets with Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov at the White House.

“We didn’t touch this subject,” Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov told columnists at a news gathering Saturday in Cyprus, Russia’s state-run TASS news organization detailed.

Lavrov met with Trump at the White House on May 10, the day after the President let go Comey. The meeting cocked eyebrows and confronted extra open examination when news broke that Russian Ambassador to the US Sergey Kislyak, whom present and previous US knowledge authorities say is a top Russian spy and scout of spies (an idea Russian authorities have expelled), additionally gone to.

TASS posted pictures demonstrating the trio together in the Oval Office also, enraging the White House; and adding interesting and amusing optics to questions whirling around the White House over Comey’s terminating; and the examinations concerning claims of sketchy ties between the Trump crusade and Russia.

No US media were welcome to the meeting, which Vladimir Putin asked for when he talked with Trump recently. However, a TASS picture taker was in the space for in any event some portion of it.

The meeting has demonstrated a wellspring of proceeded with contention. Trump had called Comey a “screwball” when he talked with the two Russian authorities. The White House did not deny the claim.

Most Popular

To Top