Trump will hold his first summit with Putin in Helsinki on Monday after meeting with North Atlantic Treaty Organisation allies.
So how does Rosenberg advise President Trump to approach his upcoming meeting with Putin? "It's a devastating technology".
Trump's tweets also targeted CNN, mocking the American cable channel's president, Jeff Zucker, as "Little Jeff Z" and knocking its election coverage following the president's spat with a CNN correspondent at a news conference Friday in England. Then on Friday, he vaguely spoke about how "it would be a tremendous achievement if we could do something about nuclear proliferation".
News of the indictment came as Trump was meeting Queen Elizabeth II and just 72 hours before his meeting with Putin.
US Ambassador to Russia Jon Huntsman has already asserted that Trump will need to "go in with eyes wide open" when he meets with Putin and make "a sober assessment of the root causes of our problems".
Senator John McCain, also an Arizona Republican, said the indictments add to evidence confirmation an "extensive plot" by Putin's government to spark dissent among US voters, attack the 2016 election, and undermine faith in democracy. And we will, of course, ask your favorite question about meddling. He comes to the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation summit, where he's greeted by friends who say: "Donald, we thought about it and decided that you were right, let's make it 2%, but in 2024.' Trump replies: 'No, guys, I also thought about it, not 2% in 2024, but 4% right now.' He gives his European partners ultimatum: they must completely abandon independence, their independent economic policy".
Wondering whether Trump will have the courage to challenge Putin & say Putin is full of it when he denies that his government had any role in the hacks during the 2016 campaign. "Pure stupidity", Trump said in an apparent reference to the special counsel's investigation stemming from Russian meddling in the 2016 election and the surrounding partisanship.
Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon, a fierce critic of Trump, has refused to meet him and he was instead met at Glasgow airport on Friday by the British government's Scotland minister.
Mr Trump never specified which countries said they would contribute and what amount.
"It's on", White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said in an emailed response to questions about Monday's summit in Helsinki.
Allies emerged confused and shaken from a two-day North Atlantic Treaty Organisation summit in which Trump harangued them over perceived under- spending on defense, accused Germany of being a prisoner to Russian energy and prompted an emergency meeting of leaders trying to contain the fallout from the unexpected tirade at one session. "If President Trump is not prepared to hold Putin accountable, the #HelsinkiSummit should not move forward", McCain wrote in a statement posted to Twitter. All I can say is: "Did you?" You got me!' There won't be Perry Mason here, I don't think.
Ahead of his meeting with North Atlantic Treaty Organisation allies earlier this week, Trump bragged to reporters that his summit with Putin would likely be the "easiest" part of his overseas trip. "I really believe, that when he tells me that, he means it".