Russian Federation meddled in 2016 U.S. election, says George W Bush

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Russia meddled in 2016 US election, says George W Bush

Speaking at a summit in Abu Dhabi, Bush criticized President Trump's approach to the Obama-era Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, which protects undocumented immigrations who were brought to the U.S.as children from deportation.

USA intelligence agencies agreed in 2016 that Moscow was responsible for meddling in the election - prompting multiple investigations into President Donald Trump's campaign over potential collusion with Russian agents.

Bush has been critical of Russian Federation, slamming it for working to "exploit our country's divisions".

The former USA president also called Russian President Vladimir Putin a "brilliant tactician".

As for Trump's position on amnesty for DREAMers, Bush said, "America's their home".

"The Russian government has made a project of turning Americans against each other", Bush said during a forum in NY in October.

Ingraham said Bush should understand - especially after the American people spoke in the 2016 election - there is no constituency for perpetual military intervention, open borders and unpoliced global trade deals.

Trump has repeatedly denied any collusion with Russian Federation.

She said globalist elites like Bush don't like seeing Trump succeed, so they come out of the woodwork with criticism.

"There are people willing to do jobs Americans won't do".

Bush, a Republican, said as quoted by the daily that Putin "can't think, 'How can we both win?' He only thinks, 'How do I win, you lose?'"

"The Russian government has made a project of turning Americans against each other", he said at the time, adding that while Russian interference will not be successful, "foreign aggressions, including cyberattacks, disinformation and financial influence, should never be downplayed or tolerated". The nonprofit was founded by philanthropist Michael Milken known as the "junk bond king". He was sentenced to a decade in prison but served less than two years after a judge reduced his sentence.

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