"American congressmen have no intention to see a" Russian President Vladimir Putin, even if he was invited by President Donald trump.
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Ryan noted that Congress in any way to send Putin an invitation to address a joint session. "That's something we do for our allies". "The Speaker and I have made it clear that Putin will not be welcome up here at the Capitol", McConnell said.
Ryan has consistently stated that Putin is "not our ally" and believes Russian Federation did try to interfere with the 2016 election, but the Speaker does not believe Russia's meddling altered the course of the election.
"The Russians better quit messing around in our elections", McConnell told reporters, adding that he was open to legislation to put pressure on Moscow. They did it the last time.
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"Our goal is not to have to make some false choice between economic growth and progress and being good stewards of our environment", the Wisconsin Republican said in a question-and-answer session with congressional interns.
Ryan's remarks come a week after Trump met with the Russian president in Helsinki. "If the message is stop meddling in our country, stop violating our sovereignty, then I support that". "But it's the message that counts", he said, adding, "I think we can always be firmer on that message". He said he meant to say he saw no reason why it wouldn't be Russian Federation that interfered, as US intelligence officials have concluded.
Other signs had already emerged raising doubts about the second Trump-Putin summit.
Some Republicans expressed fresh skepticism about a Putin visit. Rep. Mac Thornberry, chairman of the House Armed Services Committee, said, "I'm suspicious of everything Putin does".
Trump faced bipartisan criticism over his performance at the summit.