But lawmakers from both parties have continued to criticize him over his actions there, including siding with Putin over USA intelligence agencies over the Kremlin's 2016 election interference campaign.
Mr. Trump said he would give the red-and-white ball to his 12-year-old son, Barron, a soccer fan. "No, because really for 19 months he's betrayed his country on this central issue of a foreign government attack on our country, and this president has never acknowledged it or done anything about it".
"It was an incredibly constructive engagement for President Trump and President Putin, an important one for the world", Pompeo said.
Right after President Donald Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin had their news conference in Helsinki, a writer for The Atlantic magazine highlighted a curious omission in the White House transcript.
Trump has previously suggested that USA opposition to Russia's annexation of Crimea could be reconsidered.
The top USA diplomat added, "As democratic states seek to build a free, just, and prosperous world, we must uphold our commitment to the global principle of sovereign equality and respect the territorial integrity of other states".
Pompeo added that "every single nation" must maintain enforcement of USA sanctions against North Korea.
Crimean authorities held a referendum that March, widely criticised by western powers, on whether Crimea should accede to Russian Federation, and an accession treaty was signed Mar 18. "These are two nuclear superpowers".
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"So we've agreed that it will be after the first of the year", he said.
In the declaration, Pompeo took Russian Federation to task for it actions in Ukraine, particularly the 2014 annexation of Crimea.
Rubio is part of the Senate Intelligence Committee and urges the U.S.to prevent future attacks from Russian intelligence, citing that the discoveries made by Robert Mueller and the Federal Bureau of Investigation are "100 percent accurate".
"You come before a group of senators today who are filled with serious doubts about this White House and its conduct of American foreign policy", Corker said.
Pompeo said he had personally told top Russian officials that there will be "severe consequences" for any interference in US elections or the American democratic process.
Pompeo also addressed concerns over Trump's refusal in remarks after the summit to acknowledge the threat of Russian election interference, though he later attempted to walk back some of those comments.
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo looks on as Senators ask questions during a Senate Foreign Relations Committee hearing in Washington, DC on July 25, 2018.
Congress has struggled with a response to the Russian interference.