President Trump has been under fire this week for his comments made during a meeting between himself and Russian President Vladimir Putin.

While he has issued another statement clarifying his commentary, Democrats are making wild accusations of treason for “believing Putin over Americans.”

But now, President Trump has had the final word — and revealed the true traitors of this country.

In an interview with Fox News’ Tucker Carlson, Trump declared he was not “pro-Russia,” but simply wanted peace between our countries.

One man in particular was called out for his allegations against the Commander-in-Chief as well — former CIA Director John Brennan, who referred to Trump’s peaceful actions as “treasonous.”

The interview with Carlson was filmed in Helsinki immediately following the conference with President Putin.

Many believed that Trump’s words at the conference meant he dismissed United States intelligence committees rather than believing that Russia interfered in the United States’ presidential election in 2016.

But Trump later released a statement backtracking earlier comments, saying that he believed Russia was responsible for the meddling.

Immediately following, John Brennan took to Twitter and claimed that Trump’s “crimes” were on the level of treason.

Trump held his ground and responded by comparing Brennan to the likes of James Comey, Peter Strzok, Lisa Page, and Andrew McCabe.

When you watch all of the things that have happened … you look at the deception, the lies,” Trump told Carlson. “These are people that in my opinion are truly bad people, and they’re being exposed for what they are.”

Both former FBI Director James Comey and former Deputy Director Andrew McCabe respectively sabotaged Hillary Clinton’s email investigation in the hopes of allowing her to get elected.

Peter Strzok was a lead investigator in the case and did not follow through on key evidence found, such as thousands of emails sent to foreign entities.

It’s a very dishonest deal and, you know, you have to find out, who did Peter Strzok report to, because it was Comey and it was McCabe, but it was also probably Obama,” said Trump. “[Strzok is] a disgrace to our country. He’s a disgrace to the great FBI. A disgrace. And how he’s still being paid is beyond belief.”

When Tucker Carlson asked Trump if he believed Russia was an enemy, Trump merely made a call for peace:

I won’t even use the word adversary. We can all work together. We can do great. Everybody can do well and we can live in peace. In World War II, Russia lost 50 million people and helped us win the war. I was saying to myself the other day, ‘You know, Russia really helped us.'”

I’m not pro-Russia, pro-anybody,” Trump went on. “I just want to have this country be safe. … You know, Russia and the United States control 90 percent of the nuclear weapons in the world and getting along with Russia – and not only for that reason – it’s a good thing, not a bad thing.”

Russian President Vladimir Putin also made a call for justice to be brought upon the twelve Russians indicted in the case earlier last week.

Ultimately, Putin claimed he was not interested in the investigation by Robert Mueller —referring to it solely as “American politics.”

Do you believe the real traitors of this country are those who continually push back against Trump’s policies to improve the nation?

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