EXCLUSIVE: Trump responds to question about using ‘stolen information’ for 2020 election
During a meeting in the Oval Office Monday with Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban, President Trump was asked by a reporter if he would commit to not using any information stolen from a foreign adversary in the 2020 election.
The president responded, “Well, I never did use any, as you probably know. That’s what the Mueller report was all about. They said no collusion!”
“I would certainly agree to that, I don’t need it,” he added. “All I need is the opponents that I’m looking at, and I’m liking what I see.”
Would President Trump promise not to use any information stolen by an adversary in the 2020 election?
— CBS News (@CBSNews) May 13, 2019
Below is a video of the entire press event from the Oval Office on Monday:
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