Šiandien išrinktas JAV prezidentas Donaldas Trampas sušaukė spaudos konferenciją, kurioje dar kartą paneigė gandus apie tai, kad neva JAV žvalgyba pateikė jam duomenis apie tai, kad rusai turi jį kompromituojančios informacijos.
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Donaldas sako, kad jam niekada žvalgybos šefai nerodė jokio dokumento, kad jis neva susijęs su Maskvos prostitutėmis.
Jis tai pranešė po kelių valandų, kai žvalgybos šefai jam neva pateikė informaciją apie tai, kad Rusija nva turi kompromituojančios informacijos apie jį.
Donald says he was NEVER briefed on fake dirty dossier and NEVER shown it by intelligence chiefs and ridicules its claim he was taped with Moscow hookers by confessing he's a 'germophobe'
- President-elect Donald Trump held his first press conference in 167 days on Wednesday – the first since his electoral win
- He was to speak just hours after the release of a bombshell report that top intelligence officials were presented with information that Russia may have gained compromising information on him
- Trump cancelled a December press conference where he was to address efforts to separate himself from his business to avoid conflicts as president
- Earlier Wednesday, Senator John McCain acknowledged passing dirt documents on Trump to the FBI after receiving them
- He says he won't be releasing his tax returns because 'no one cares' and they're under audit
- Says he is turning over 'complete and total control' of his business to sons Don Jr. and Eric
Donald Trump furiously denied he was ever briefed on a dossier of claims passed to intelligence chiefs that he was secretly taped watching degrading sex acts by prostitutes in Moscow.
He said he was never shown or told about the claims - published in full by Buzzfeed after a report by CNN - when he met intelligence chiefs last week.
'Does anyone believe that story? I'm also very much of a germophobe by the way,' he said at a press conference in New York.
He stared down the assembled media for the first time since he won the election Wednesday and opened with a blistering attack on the press and the intelligence community after the release of an unproven dirt dossier on him.
'It's all fake news. It's phony stuff. It didn't happen. And it was gotten by opponents of ours,' Trump said.
'Sick people – and they put that c**p together.'
Later, in a departure from his usual rhetoric, he said of election hacking: 'I think it was Russian.'
President-elect Donald Trump blasted 'phony stuff' contained in a dirt dossier against him that was released and blasted whoever leaked it – mentioning the intelligence agencies
Attack: Trump warned that is was possible intelligence agencies had leaked the claims against him and said it would be 'a tremendous blot on their record if they did that.'
As soon as he took the stage, Trump opened up an attack on a flurry of salacious and unproven claims about compromising information Russia may hold over him.
He blasted those who published it, but in a twist, complimented outlets which stayed away from the claims.
'They looked at that nonsense that was released by maybe the intelligence agencies,' Trump said, referencing a dirt dossier against him.
'Who knows, it may be the intelligence agencies – which would be a tremendous blot of their record if they did that,' Trump said, in just his latest shot at the intelligence community.
'A thing like that should have never been written … and it certainly should never have been released,' Trump continued.
Then he hailed 'a couple' of news agencies who did not publish the dirt - an apparent reference to the New York Times and the Washington Post which had both said they were given the material but were unable to verify it.
'And they came out so strongly against that fake news and the fact that it was written about primarily by one group and one television station,' he said, conflating reports by BuzzFeed, which released the dossier, and CNN, which reported that intelligence officials had provided a summary of information in a secret briefing.
Trump also addressed head-on – and rejected – claims that Russia had gained material with which it could blackmail him from the presidential suite of the Ritz-Carlton hotel in Moscow.
He said he constantly advises aides when traveling abroad to be mindful of potential snooping.
'I told many people, be careful because you don't want to see yourself on television – cameras all over the place.'
'When I leave our country I'm a very high-profile person, would you say?'
Trump said he is 'extremely careful.'
'I'm surrounded by bodyguards. I'm surrounded by people
I always tell them if I'm leaving this country, be very careful.'
Speaking specifically to the hotel story described in the dirt dossier as a perverted act, Trump said: 'Does anyone really believe that story? I'm also very much of a germophobe, by the way. Believe me.'
Vice President-elect Mike Pence said the reports 'can only be attributed to media bias – an attempt to demean the president-elect and our incoming administration.'
With just nine days before his swearing-in, Trump prepared to take on the 'dishonest' media he frequently castigates – amid months of pent-up questions about his governing plans, his cabinet, and his vast business holdings.
Trump unloaded Wednesday morning on media reports that to intelligence officials had provided a two-page summary of information of claims that the Russians might have compromising information on Trump during a classified security briefing with him.
President-elect Donald Trump was set to stare down the assembled media for the first time since he won the election Wednesday
A dossier of the dirt itself was subsequently published by Buzzfeed, which noted that it had not verified its contents.
'Russia has never tried to use leverage over me. I HAVE NOTHING TO DO WITH RUSSIA - NO DEALS, NO LOANS, NO NOTHING!' Trump tweeted Wednesday morning.
'Russia just said the unverified report paid for by political opponents is 'A COMPLETE AND TOTAL FABRICATION, UTTER NONSENSE.' Very unfair!' he tweeted shortly thereafter.
Trump's presser was set to begin just hours after Arizona senator and Trump critic John McCain admitted passing the dossier of claims of a Russian blackmail to the head of the FBI.
'Late last year, I received sensitive information that has since been made public,' McCain said in a statement. 'Upon examination of the contents, and unable to make a judgment about their accuracy, I delivered the information to the Director of the FBI.'
'That has been the extent of my contact with the FBI or any other government agency regarding this issue,' Trump said.
In other breaking news, Trump's secretary of state pick, Rex Tillerson, said in congressional testimony that 'Russia today poses a danger.'
'Our NATO allies are right to be alarmed at a resurgent Russia,' he added. Trump has repeatedly called for better U.S. ties with Russia.
Reporters were also preparing to grill Trump about efforts to disentangle himself from his business. As late as 20 minutes before his news conference was to begin, Trump's transition had provided no written materials or explanation of how he would deal with his business interests.
Trump has said he would step back from his business but hasn't previously outlined how. Trump's transition has revealed that Ivanka Trump's husband, Jared Kushner, will joint he administration as a counselor to the president.
Ivanka Trump has said she is selling her own shares in the Trump organization, and has rented a house in Washington.
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