The central question was about Russian meddling in the 2016 election, we didn’t gain much knowledge from what president trump had to say and certainly nothing from what president Putin had to say. In fact, when the issue was raised, president Putin right from the get-go said and I’m trying to find the exact mark here that we have nothing to do with it. Utter nonsense. That’s right. Liz: People think it’s Russia, the president then take the opportunity to condemn Russia for attempting to sabotage the U.S. Election. Stuart: President Putin said the Russian states never interfered with an election. Ashley: Right. Stuart: The questions from the floor said, will you — the question to president trump, will you denounce the 2016 election and tell president Putin that you should never do it again, he sidetracked the entire question and our president said, where is the server, where is the DNC server, it was a diversion. Our president then said that Putin had made incredible offer, the offer was allow Mueller’s team to go to Russia to watch the questioning of the 12 indicted Russians and that their people should then come to America and question American law enforcement people. That’s a total diversion from getting to the bottom of whether or not they were meddling in the 2016 election. Mark Weinberg is with me, expert on Russia relationship, you have 20 seconds to tell me whether you think Putin won or trump won?>>Putin won, trump missed opportunity to call him out, he dodged every opportunity to do it and he missed a chance he won’t get again. Stuart: Quickly, walid Phares, same question, did Putin win or did trump win, that press conference?>>Very difficult to answer. I was ready to talk about international and suddenly the whole moment became about Russia meddling and, of course, the consequence. One thing I retained is that offer made by president Putin, I don’t know how it will impact. Stuart: Ashley, you were watching with me, your comment.