Trump is attacking media outlets, saying that the, quote, "fake news media" is the real enemy of the people.
It comes after Trump held a press conference with Putin in Helsinki on Monday, in which the USA leader was accused of not pressing his Russian counterpart on the election meddling that both the Central Intelligence Agency and the Federal Bureau of Investigation have concluded was conducted by Moscow.
Trump's inability to hold Russian Federation accountable for their meddling in the US presidential election was a move seen by many Americans as further evidence of collusion.
She said the USA hopes Putin will have the indicted Russians "come to the United States to prove their innocence or guilt".
In his first public comments about the summit, Putin told Russian diplomats that U.S.
"Certain forces are trying to disavow the results of the meeting in Helsinki", and hamper progress on what they discussed, such as limiting their nuclear arsenals or ending the war in Syria, Putin said.
"What struck me and others as quite unusual was before we left the room, they started writing a press release about our encounter and we're trying to say that the Russian meddling - the Russian interference had no impact on the election", Clapper said.
Former GOP House Speaker Newt Gingrich said Thursday that President Trump made the biggest mistake of his presidency this week, but has still been tougher on Russian Federation than former President Barack Obama "ever dreamed of".
Trump names European Union a global foe, raps media before Putin summit
None of the charges allege Trump advisers colluded with Russian Federation to interfere with the presidential campaign. Huntsman said the summit must go on because Russian engagement is needed to solve some worldwide issues.
At the Helsinki news conference, Putin was asked about whether the Russian government had any compromising evidence on Trump or his family. Trump called the proposal "an incredible offer".
On Thursday, Mr Trump accused opponents of preferring to go to war rather than seeing good relations with Russian Federation.
State Department spokeswoman Heather Nauert said Wednesday that although Putin's charges against McFaul and other Americans are "absolutely absurd", she was not prepared to speak on behalf of the department and say that her agency opposed the idea of some kind of handover.
One of those being sought by Russian Federation is former United States ambassador to Moscow Michael McFaul, but allowing him to be questioned would breach the legal immunity normally granted to a country's foreign service.
Trump's remarks come ahead of a scheduled July 25 visit to Washington by European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker to discuss "a wide range of priorities" with the US president, including a "focus on improving transatlantic trade".
KIM: He's happy, but I think he's also quite cautious. "The sentence should have been: 'I don't see any reason why it wouldn't be Russian Federation'".
European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker is scheduled to meet with Mr Trump at the White House next Wednesday to discuss trade and other issues. "Problem is", Trump said.