"I never worked for Russia. It's a disgrace that you even ask that question." Donald TrumpThe president was replying to a New York Times report that the FBI opened an investigation into whether he had been an agent of the Russian Government
Washington D.C.- President Donald Trump emphatically denied on Monday to ever have worked for the government of Russia. His statement comes after a report published by The New York Times last Friday, revealed that the FBI had open an investigation in 2017, into weather he was an agent of the Kremlin.
“I never worked for Russia and you know that answer better than anybody,” replied the president in an encounter with reporters outside The White House. “I never worked for Russia. I think it’s a disgrace that you even ask that question.”
On Saturday night Trump called his friend Jeanine Pirro’s Fox News show, and cause a kind of scandal, by no declaring directly that he doesn’t operated as a Russian agent. “I think it’s the most insulting article I’ve ever had written,” answered the president. “And if you read the article, you’ll see that they found absolutely nothing.”
The AP reported that several officials of The White House felt uncomfortable with the president’s ambiguous remarks.
The Washington Post also featured an article suggesting that the president confiscated notes from the translators, in his meetings with Vladimir Putin, and also ordered them to be quiet about what was discussed.
The FBI investigation was open after the president fired the former director, James Comey, in May 2017. Comey was in charge of the investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election.