Speaking on WBUR’s On Point with Anthony Hooks, Carnegie’s Andrew Weiss gives his reaction to President Trump’s Helsinki summit comments, suggesting that the implications of his remarks to cast doubt on the accuracy of United States intelligence communities will be long lasting.
There is blowback and fallout after the Helsinki Summit press conference. President Trump backs Putin over United States intelligence. We take a closer look.
- Nancy Cook, White House reporter for POLITICO. (@nancook)
- John Sipher, former member of CIA Clandestine Service. (@john_sipher)
- Andrew Weiss, vice president for studies a the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, and served on the National Security Council staff as a Russian expert under President Bill Clinton. (@andrewsweiss)