"All of the fools that are so focused on looking only at Russian Federation should start also looking in another direction, China", Trump wrote.
US National Security Adviser John Bolton on Sunday singled out China, North Korea and Iran as countries who could possibly meddle in American elections - as President Donald Trump railed about a probe into Russian interference in 2016.
When asked about the tweet, Bolton also mentioned Beijing, which is now at an impasse with Washington on trade talks.
National Security adviser John Bolton and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu recently discussed cracking down on Iran's nuclear program.
Bolton said that he spoke to the Russian president about election meddling ahead of the summit between Trump and Putin in Helsinki in June.
Bolton arrived in Israel on Sunday for discussions focused on Iran.
In a short joint media facility at the prime minister's Jerusalem residence, Mr. Netanyahu said "rolling back Iran's aggression" in the Middle East is a combined aim of the two allies.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, right, shakes hands with USA national security adviser John Bolton during their meeting at the Prime Minister's office in Jerusalem, Monday, Aug. 20, 2018.
"As the Agency remains unable to carry out verification activities in the DPRK, its knowledge of the DPRK's nuclear programme is limited and, as further nuclear activities take place in the country, this knowledge is declining", the report said, using the acronym for North Korea's official name, the Democratic People's Republic of Korea.
Speaking to ABC, Bolton also said that getting Iranian forces to withdraw from Syria was a goal shared by the Washington, Jerusalem, and Moscow.
"We've got great challenges for Israel, for the United States, and for the whole world".
"Given the alarming and unprecedented nature of these revelations - and the high level position of trust Mr. Bolton now holds - we request that you produce documents relating to whether Mr. Bolton reported his previous work with this alleged Russian spy on his security clearance forms or other White House vetting materials prior to President Trump appointing him to his current position", the Democrats wrote.