George W. Bush: 'Clear evidence that Russians meddled' in US election

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Bush said he believes Russian Federation meddled in the 2016 U.S. presidential election, departing from President Trump who has been skeptical of intelligence agencies' findings that the Kremlin had interfered to help him win.

"But they meddled and that is risky for democracy", he said, adding that Russian Federation had done the same thing during the Cold War and was adept at trying to manipulate opinion in the USA and Europe.

"And its problematic that a foreign nation is involved in our election system because Democracy is really only as good as the people's trust in results".

There are numerous investigations underway to determine whether the Trump campaign assisted the Kremlin in its efforts. "Therefore, much of his moves (are) to regain Soviet hegemony".

"But there are people willing to do jobs Americans aren't willing to do".

Without mentioning President Donald Trump by name, Mr.

The White House has made no immediate comments in response to this criticism.

Mr. Trump has repeatedly denied any "collusion" with Russian Federation.

Bush acknowledged that he tried to overhaul America's "broken" immigration system, but failed. Lots of Americans don't want to pick cotton in 105 degrees, but there are people who want to put food on their family's table, and are willing to do that. "He can't think, 'How can we both win?' He only thinks, 'How do I win, you lose?'"

Bush in 2008 became the first sitting USA president to visit the United Arab Emirates. He pleaded guilty in 1990 to six felonies and agreed to pay $600 million in penalties to settle a massive Wall Street fraud case.

Milken reached an agreement with the Securities and Exchange Commission of the United States (SEC) that included a lifelong disqualification of the sector and a fine of 200 million dollars. Forbes magazine estimates that Milken, 71, is now worth some $3.6 billion.

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