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Social media users vented their anger at President Trump’s plan to invite Russian President Vladimir Putin to the White House this fall. imploded after White House Press secretary Sarah Sanders announced the plan to invite Putin on on Thursday.

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The news was not taken lightly by the Democrats who howled their disapproval and disgust after the U.S. president declared Putin did not meddle in the 2016 presidential election.

Trump walked back his statement during a meeting with members of Congress on Tuesday. He said he had misspoken, and he added that Putin should stop meddling in U.S. elections.

But Trump also said he looked forward to meeting again with Putin after the two leaders talked in private at the NATO Summit in Helsinki earlier this week.

As liberal news network anchors on CNN screeched about Trump’s plans to invite Putin to Washington, Trump took to to taunt the “many haters who wanted to see a boxing match” between him and Putin.

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If Putin accepts the invitation to Washington, D.C., it will be his first visit to the White House in over a decade.

Twitter users are still besides themselves, calling Trump a “TRAITOR!” as they vent about the upcoming visit.

“Putin should be held accountable for ordering the Russian attacks on the 2016 election, not invited to the WH right before the next election,” tweeted California Senator Kamala Harris.