Russian President Vladimir Putin on Saturday said he assured President Trump that Russia did not interfere in the U.S. election, and that he thinks the president believed his denial.
Putin was the first leader to provide detailed comments about the meeting, which took place on Friday. It was the first face-to-face meeting between the two since Trump took office, and lasted nearly two hours longer than planned.
Trump should speak for himself on whether he believes Russia interfered, Putin said according to the Associated Press. 
Prior to his meeting with Putin, Trump said Russia could have interfered in the 2016 election but “nobody really knows for sure.”
Trump has yet to speak about the meeting with Putin aside from calling it “tremendous” in a brief aside earlier in the day. He is not holding a press conference in Germany, in a break with tradition.
Conflicting reports have surfaced about what was discussed between the two men.
Secretary of State Rex …