and Putin discussed Mueller report in call and 'no collusion' finding

BREAKING NEWS: and Putin discussed end of the Mueller investigation and election meddling in first phone call since probe ended saying they both knew 'there was no collusion' White House press secretary Sarah Sanders says Presidents and Putin discussed election meddling and the Mueller report in an early morning call  'Very, very, briefly it was discussed, essentially in the context of its over, and there was no collusion, which I'm pretty sure both leaders were well aware of' Call came amid an uprising in Venezuela - which Sanders told White House press was the focus of the conversation that lasted more than an hour She said it was 'overall a very positive conversation' ran a gambit of topics  Insisted, 'This administration, unlike the previous one, takes election meddling seriously' and is 'looking at ways to actually prevent it from taking place' Claimed Barack Obama just let it happen, 'knowing about it and doing nothing, and then trying to blame it on the incoming administration' 

By Francesca Chambers, Senior White House Correspondent For Dailymail.com

Published: 17:18 BST, 3 May 2019 | Updated: 17:37 BST, 3 May 2019

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White House press secretary Sarah Sanders says Presidents and Putin discussed election meddling and the Mueller report in an early morning call. 

She would not say who initiated the contact that came amid an uprising in Venezuela but confirmed that the two leaders spoke for 'a little over an hour' on Friday and the

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