Trump Tries To Clean Up Foreign Dirt Comments

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President Trump is hosting a working lunch with governors on workforce freedom and mobility Thursday afternoon, although he didn't take questions from reporters on pressing issues of the day.

President Donald Trump on Friday appeared to try to walk back comments in an ABC News interview about his willingness to accept dirt on political rivals from a foreign adversary, telling Fox News that he would notify the Federal Bureau of Investigation or the attorney general if the information was "incorrect or badly stated". "You couldn't have that happen with our country", he added.

"Of course, you have to look at it, because if you don't look at it, you won't know it's bad", he said.

Mr Trump also maintained he would still at least review any such foreign-supplied information.

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In the interview, Trump appeared to walk back his comments from earlier in the week to ABC, when he said he would consider accepting information from an outside nation and may not contact law enforcement.

Asked by ABC News what he would do if Russian Federation or another country offered him dirt on his election opponent, Trump said: "I think I'd want to hear it".

We now know the President is open to hearing dirt on his opponents, gathered by a foreign country.

Trump, in an interview Friday with "Fox & Friends", said he would look at the information in order to determine whether or not it was "incorrect".

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She prefaced the statement on Twitter by writing, "I would not have thought that I needed to say this".

Trump ally Senator Lindsey Graham said the comments were "wrong".

During Friday's lengthy interview, given on his 73rd birthday, the president dismissed calls from an ethics watchdog to fire top White House aide Kellyanne Conway.

"Well, it's - I love Mike, we are running again, you're talking about a long time, so you can't put me in that position", the commander in chief said during an appearance on "Fox & Friends", his favorite morning TV show.

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