U.S. President Donald Trump attends the bilateral meeting with Chinese President Xi Jinping at the G20 leaders summit in Hamburg, Germany July 8, 2017 Carlos Barria/REUTERS

Sunday mornings are one of President Donald Trump’s favorite times to tweet, and this week he decided he wanted to clarify what happened at the G20 summit, and give his version of events of his meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin.

The G20 summit is a forum where economic leaders and heads of state of the world’s top economies meet to discuss world issues. This year the summit took place in Hamburg, Germany. On Friday during the summit Trump met with Putin in a meeting closed to the press, the only other people in attendance were Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, Russia’s Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov and two translators.

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When the meeting was over, there were two competing narratives of what took place, especially when it came to discussions of Russian meddling in the 2016 presidential election.

“They had a very robust and lengthy exchange on the subject,” said Tillerson in an off-camera briefing, according to CNN Friday. “The President pressed President Putin on more than one occasion regarding Russian involvement. President Putin denied such involvement, as I think he has in the past.”

Lavrov saw things differently and went on-camera to say so.

“President Trump said he's heard Putin's very clear statements that this is not true and that the Russian government didn't interfere in the elections and that he accepts these statements. That's all,” said Lavrov , according to a CNN translation.

On Twitter, Trump said he did press Putin, but demurred on the veracity of accusations against Russia.

“I strongly pressed President Putin twice about Russian meddling in our election. He vehemently denied it. I've already given my opinion. We negotiated a ceasefire in parts of Syria which will save lives. Now it is time to move forward in working constructively with Russia!” the president wrote across two tweets.

The opinion he already gave most likely refers to his comments on Thursday when Trump said that maybe other countries were involved in the hacking and that “nobody really knows for sure.”

Trump also attacked the media, former President Barack Obama and the Democratic National Convention (DNC), seeming to reverse his opinion on the definitiveness of Russia’s involvement.

“Putin & I discussed forming an impenetrable Cyber Security unit so that election hacking, & many other negative things, will be guarded and safe. Questions were asked about why the CIA & FBI had to ask the DNC 13 times for their SERVER, and were rejected, still don’t have it,” said Trump across three tweets. “Fake News said 17 intel agencies when actually 4 (had to apologize). Why did Obama do NOTHING when he had info before election?”

Trump is referring to the DNC not giving their hacked server to authorities. It is believed the servers were hacked by Russia. The umbrella intelligence organizations, the FBI, CIA, NSA and the Office of the Director of National Intelligence did link meddling with Russia. The number 17 refers to all the U.S. intelligence offices including office such as Coast Guard Intelligence, many of which weren’t technically involved in the investigation, and some news outlets didn’t clarify that and had to offer a correction. Obama had knowledge of Russian meddling before the election but has been criticized for his response.

The move to work with Russia on cybersecurity was panned by Trump critics on the right and left.

“We might as well just mail our ballot boxes to Russia,” said Rep. Adam Schiff, ranking Democrat on the House Intelligence Committee on CNN Sunday.

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Sen. Lindsey Graham on NBC Sunday also was dubious.

“It's not the dumbest idea I've ever heard, but it's pretty close,” said Graham.

Trump ended his eight tweet outing with a very zoom-y photo slideshow of photos of him at the G20 summit underlaid with a “Make America Great” song.