Paul Ryan, the House Speaker, promised on Wednesday threatened that he would take strong and courageous measures against Russia even if a spokesman for Mr. Donald Trump voiced concern over legislation to punish Moscow for interference in presidential elections.

The current chairman of the Committee on Foreign Affairs, Bob Corker, calls on Congress to respond immediately. He said a 'controversial time loss' was a 'controversial' constitutional issue that pushed the law through Congress.

Trump administration accused of attempts to weaken sanctions

But the comment from the Millennium House Kevin McCarthy suggested that the Trump administration will try to reduce the requirements passed last month with 98 votes to the Senate. McCarthy said CIA director Mike Pompeo announced that the Russian sanction package would have the potential to touch, some of its elements.

McCarthy, R-Calif, did not tell what Pompeo was referring to. He also denied that the White House was trying to water down the Russia sanctions bill, an attempt that would be strongly opposed by Congressional Democrats and even a significant number of Republicans because they were cautious about the short-term demand for relations with Moscow.

As Trump's oldest son met with a Russian lawyer, these concerns became more serious when the Kremlin provided Hillary Clinton's malicious information.

Sanctions legislation, which will also affect Iran's new economic sanctions, delayed a debate in Congress that Democrats accuse Republicans of protecting the congresses carefully.

Following the Senate's overwhelming vote, the constitutional claim was called by the panel for Petitions of the Congressional Committee, which will begin to introduce legislation on income tax in Congress. Democrats Rama and Hoyer said they would talk to Ryan on Tuesday evening about a possible compromise.

The proposed sanction bill

Meanwhile, the House Of Representatives' Democrats has recently proposed the Senate bill as a House move, which said the constitutional problem would be solved and strictly monitored bilateral sanctions if possible.

But Ryan said he wanted to transfer the draft law to the revised Senate proposal and said the Democrats in the Congress were responsible for the delay.

Ryan’s spokesman Ashley Strong said the conversation between Ryan and Hoyer was a private conversation and refused to respond. He calls on Democrats to submit the draft bill, on a serious effort to resolve the issue.

Both Ryan and McCarthy said they were told that US companies had passed the legislative framework for specific energy sanctions, oil and gas producers said, could hurt American companies and strengthen Russia's interests.