Anti-fascist groups and political activists were joined by others waving an array of makeshift anti-Trump banners who said they had never demonstrated before.
The indictment of a dozen Russian intelligence officers accused of election interference has sparked calls for President Trump to back out of tomorrow's summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin - an appeal that appears to have failed.
Trump then shifted blame, saying that this happened during the Obama administration, and that the DNC should be ashamed for letting themselves get hacked in the first place.
The United States will not look for "deliverables" from Monday's summit with Russian Federation, stressing that talks will be "unstructured", US national security adviser John Bolton said on Sunday.
Huuhtanen said RPS Brewery sent both the US and Russian embassies in Finland the speciality lagers.
"I don't go around telling the president what to do", said Jay Ashcroft, the Republican secretary of state in Missouri. I don't think you'll have any 'Gee, I did it. "The president can put this on the table and say this is a serious matter, we need to talk about it".
"Well, I think we have a lot of foes".
Pressed on describing the E.U.as a USA foe, Trump said "I love those countries" but "in a trade sense, they've really taken advantage of us and many of those countries are in North Atlantic Treaty Organisation and they weren't paying their bills".
Trump and Putin will meet on Monday in Helsinki for their first stand-alone meeting since Trump took office in January 2017.
Trump taped the interview Saturday in Scotland.
Donald Trump sets expectations low for Helsinki summit with Vladimir Putin
He also blamed the Democratic National Committee for "allowing themselves to be hacked". "He kind of goes in and wings it". Instead, Paul said Trump and other USA officials should focus on safeguarding upcoming elections from interference.
Russian agents' indictment raises stakes ahead of Trump-Putin summit
The charges said that no Americans were knowingly in communication with any of the Russian intelligence officers. Federal officials have said state election sites in at least 18 states were probed by the Russians.
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"Germany made a pipeline deal with Russian Federation where they're going to be paying Russian Federation billions and billions of dollars a year for energy, and I say that's not good, that's not fair", Trump said.
Given all the "obstacles" both Putin and Trump face, it's hard to expect a "breakthrough" during the upcoming summit and Russian Federation would likely stick to more modest goals.
Demonstrators on the beach below Trump's Turnberry resort chanted loudly "no Trump, no racist USA" when the United States president and his son, Eric, came within view.
A video released by Russian President Vladimir Putin touting his country's potential future weaponry and its supposed ability to strike Florida filled President Donald Trump with rage, according to a report by Axios.
The sponsors of the Russian "troll factory" that meddled in the 2016 US presidential campaign have launched a new American website ahead of the USA midterm election in November. Is it actually a summit, or more of a meeting?
"It's a meeting. This is an attempt to see if we can defuse and take some of the drama, and quite frankly some of the danger, out of the relationship right now".
"I think it's a good thing to meet", he said. "It shows that the justice system, the Department of Justice, are aware of these Russian efforts at election meddling".
"Second, the President must demand that the 12 Russians named in the indictment be sent to the U.S.to stand trial".
Nielsen said her agency will help state and local election officials prepare their systems for cyberattacks from Russian Federation or elsewhere.