Rand Paul invites Russian lawmakers to visit US

Rand Paul invites Russian lawmakers to visit US

Senator Paul says he's invited Russian lawmakers to another meeting in Washington to continue their "wonderful conversation".

Paul said in a statement that he met with Konstantin Kosachev, the chairman of the Russian Federation Council Committee on Foreign Relations.

Mr. Paul described his meeting with senators of the Federation Council as "very successful", saying that he came to Moscow "to renew diplomacy, engagement and communications with Russia". Paul added that lawmakers from the two countries could also meet in a neutral third nation.

Paul headed a US delegation, which includes member of the Texas State Senate Don Huffines and representatives of the Cato Institute, a public policy research organization.

The head of the Russian Foreign Affairs Committee praised the Republican, saying other politicians would refer to talks with Russia as "toxic".

And Paul is the only Republican lawmaker to stand by Trump during that controversy.

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The senator was one of Trump's most vocal supporters in Washington last month when the U.S. president came under fire for his handling of a summit with President Vladimir Putin. Additionally, the continued consensus of the United States intelligence community of a Russian desire to interfere in the midterms shows that Moscow remains a long-term risk to the USA political system.

Congressman Thomas Massie (R-KY) told Breitbart News in an exclusive interview in July that America the world "will be better" off as a result of the Trump-Putin summit in Helsinki.

Paul said that Russian officials would discuss nuclear non-proliferation and combatting terrorism in Washington.

There is unanimous agreement among USA intelligence agencies that the Russian government directed extensive influence operations to sow racial, political, and cultural division in the election.

"We had general discussions about a lot of issues and basically we've decided that, right now, what we're trying to do is have dialogue", he said.

It was "opposition research", Trump said, not collusion.

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