Vladimir Putin Is Trump's Favorite Twitter Stalker

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"All of this has been invented, made up by people who are in opposition to President Trump", he said.

Trump said the "primary point" of a phone call between himself and the Russian leader on Thursday was to discuss North Korea.

The US political establishment has been wary of any close contacts between the White House and the Kremlin amid the ongoing investigation into alleged Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election and allegations that Trump's election team colluded with Moscow.

The presidents of Russian Federation and the United States, Vladimir Putin and Donald Trump, have held a phone conversation to discuss various global issues, including the Korean nuclear problem, the Kremlin press service said on Friday. "This means they trust what President Trump is doing in this area".

"(But) we are objectively seeing that there have been some major accomplishments, even in the short time he has been working.

"Look at how the markets have grown".

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"Moscow considers all statements made on [Trump's] official Twitter account to be official, so reports are presented to President Putin about them, as well as about official statements that politicians make in other countries", Kremlin spokesperson Dmitry Peskov told reporters, noting that Trump's tweets are included in Putin's daily briefings.

In a radio interview Mr Macierewicz said the Russian president "should have the courage to take responsibility for what has happened".

U.S. President Donald Trump said he has sought Russia's help in resolving the crisis over North Korea's nuclear weapons program but he is not satisfied with Russia's efforts.

While saying earlier that he was ready to meet with North Korea "without preconditions" requiring North Korea to essentially renounce its nuclear weapons development before negotiations, on December 15 he declared: "We will never accept a nuclear North Korea".

The conversation occurred after the Russian president accused the United States of provoking North Korea and urged both sides during his annual end-of-year press conference to resolve the situation.

Mr Trump has repeatedly highlighted surging United States stock markets as evidence that his political agenda is succeeding.