Trump: There is no reason for us not to get along with Russia

The United States has no reason to be at war with Russia. The US President Republican Donald Trump stated to journalists in the White House.

He strongly condemned the actions of the opposition Democratic Party of the United States, aimed at maintaining confrontation with the Republicans, including by inflating allegations of the threat from Russia.

“The world over them [Democrats] laughs. But, unfortunately, it is extremely bad for our country. This is bad for our relations with other countries, including Russia. There is no reason for us not to get along with Russia. There is no reason for us not to get along with other countries,” said the head of the US administration.

He also once again criticized the Democrats and Robert Mueller, who as US Special Prosecutor was investigating the circumstances attributed to Russia’s interference in the course of the US presidential elections in 2016. “We have been watching this for two and a half years. And that’s the only thing they had. This is a shame,” Trump said, commenting on the investigation of Muller and the actions of Democrats in the US Congress concerning his results.

“These people are clowns, — the US President said about his political opponents. — Democrats — clowns, over them scoff around the world.

Intervention in the American electoral process in 2016, the US intelligence services accused Russia. The investigation of these alleged attempts to influence engaged in almost two years, the former head of the FBI, Robert Mueller. On April 18, the US Department of Justice released his final report, in which the special Prosecutor admitted that the investigation did not reveal the collusion of the winning trump elections with Russia. He claimed that the Russian Federation tried to influence the course of the presidential election campaign. Trump himself has repeatedly denied suspicions of any illegal contacts with Russian officials during the election campaign. Moscow has also repeatedly rejected conclusions about attempts to influence the course of the US elections.