As U.S. intelligence agencies have concluded that meddling by the Russians into the 2016 election did occur, it is unclear the level of influence it actually had on the results and whether the Trump campaign "colluded" in meddling efforts.
"Bush said: "But they meddled and that is unsafe for democracy", he said, adding that Russian Federation had done the same thing during the Cold War and was adept at trying to manipulate opinion in the USA and Europe.Putin is a brilliant tactician, who has the capacity to detect weakness and exploit it".
The former 43rd President of the US added that there was "clear evidence" about "Russians meddling" in the 2016 USA presidential election which incumbent Republican President Donald Trump won against Democrat opponent Hillary Rodham Clinton.
Trump has repeatedly denied any collusion with Russian Federation.
"He's got a chip on his shoulder", Bush said of Putin.
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"The reason he does is because the demise of the Soviet Union troubles him. Therefore, much of his moves [are] to regain Soviet hegemony".
She said globalist elites like Bush don't like seeing Trump succeed, so they come out of the woodwork with criticism. "We must secure our electoral infrastructure and protect our electoral system from subversion".
Separately, Bush also seemed to depart from Trump's hard-line policies on immigration, saying some immigrants are "willing to do jobs that Americans won't do". "Americans don't want to pick cotton at 105 degrees, but there are people who want to put food on their family's tables and are willing to do that". The nonprofit was founded by philanthropist Michael Milken known as the "junk bond king".
He agreed in a settlement with the SEC to a lifetime ban from the securities industry and paid a $200 million fine. Forbes magazine estimates Milken, 71, is now worth some $3.6 billion.