At one point, he even reportedly took the interpreter's notes from the meeting and ordered the interpreter to keep quiet.
USA officials say there is no detailed record, even in classified files, of Trump's meetings with Putin at five locations over the past two years, according to the Post.
According to the newspaper, the meeting with Putin took place in Hamburg in July 2017, which was also attended by the then Secretary of State Rex Tillerson.
"The liberal media has wasted two years trying to manufacture a fake collusion scandal instead of reporting on the fact that unlike President Obama, who let Russian Federation and other foreign adversaries push America around, President Trump has actually been tough on Russian Federation", she said.
President Trump has met with Vladimir Putin face-to-face five times so far, but even high-ranking members of his own administration are unsure exactly what they said to each other, reports the Washington Post. I'm not keeping anything under wraps, I couldn't care less. We were talking about Israel and securing Israel and lots of other things ...
"Anybody could listen to that meeting, that meeting is open for grabs", Trump added.
He did not elaborate on how anyone could obtain details of the meeting.
'I think it's the most insulting thing I've ever been asked, ' Trump replied.
The president directly responded to the accusations during an interview with Fox News host Jeanine Pirro, pledging transparency about his encounters with Putin, specifically their meeting in Helsinki last summer.
'I can tell you this, if you ask the folks in Russian Federation, I've been tougher on Russian Federation than anybody else, ' Trump said.
Trump has made a number of decisions during his time as president that have benefitted Putin whilst simultaneously confounding his closest officials and advisors. Such a gap would be unusual in any presidency, let alone one that Russian Federation sought to install through what US intelligence agencies have described as an unprecedented campaign of election interference.
The legislation was signed reluctantly by Trump, who wanted warmer ties with Moscow and had opposed the legislation as it worked its way through Congress. "They've actually gotten me wrong for many years before that", Trump said.
'Think of it, I had a one-on-one meeting with Putin, like I do with every other leader.
No evidence has publicly emerged that Trump was secretly in contact with or took direction from Russian officials, the Times said.
Trump allies say that the president may have a desire for secrecy due to embarrassing leaks earlier in his presidency, and to not have subordinates obstruct his ability to build rapport with Putin, the Post writes.
Citing unnamed former law enforcement officials, the Times reported that the Federal Bureau of Investigation opened the combined criminal and counterintelligence probe into Trump in May of 2017.
The inquiry forced counterintelligence investigators to evaluate whether Trump was a potential threat to national security. The FBI was concerned President Trum could be actively working for Russian Federation.
His former personal lawyer Michael Cohen was sentenced to three years in prison for campaign finance and fraud crimes while his campaign chief Paul Manafort was convicted of financial fraud.