Mr. Bush stressed need to back North Atlantic Treaty Organisation and other alliances the US has with in the world.
"Whether they affected the outcome is another question", Bush told a Milken Institute conference in Abu Dhabi.
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"Whether they affected the outcome (of the election) is another question, but they meddled, and that's risky for democracy", Bush continued. "Our democracy is only as good as people trust the results", he later added.
US Donald Trump has repeatedly denied any "collusion" with Russian Federation.
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Part of her fear of coming out also came from inner demons she was forced to struggle with due to harassment, among other issues. She added, "All these efforts of every single one of you, they pile up until there is an explosion".
"He's resentful", Bush said of Putin.
"The reason he does is because of the demise of the Soviet Union troubles him", Bush said, according to the AP.
Putin, said, "The press is constantly, looking for weakness," said the former president. "That's why North Atlantic Treaty Organisation is very important", Bush added.
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The Republican also spoke out in defense of young people brought into the U.S.by their parents and who now face deportation after Trump abruptly ended the Obama-era Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program. "They've got to get it fixed".
Bush in 2008 became the first sitting United States president to visit the UAE. "We've got to enforce our borders and we've got to enforce our laws", he said cautiously. He pleaded guilty in 1990 to six felonies and agreed to pay $600 million in penalties to settle a massive Wall Street fraud case.
Milken, who has survived prostate cancer, and his family have donated hundreds of millions of dollars in recent decades. Forbes magazine estimates Milken, 71, is now worth some US$3.6 billion (NZ$5 billion).
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Steele's personal credibility and presumably having faith in his process of obtaining the information", it continues. Steele gathered much of his information from Russian government sources inside Russia". "It did so based on Mr.