>>2302376>What's the context? What was "do that"?
Everything is in the video.
A reporter asks Putin (in English) whether he (Putin) wanted Trump to win, and whether he ordered Russian officials to support him (do that refers to winning). The first part (did you want him to win?) is almost inaudible; the translator still speaks. It's at the very beginning.
Putin replies "Yes" and "Yes, I did", and then shortly explains why he preferred Trump to Hillary Clinton.
The Russian press pool then prepares its next questions; at that point the video quits.
So, if we take him literally, Putin has admitted that he, in an unspecified way, helped Trump to win.
Now there are a number of possibilities. The second part of that question could have been lost in translation, despite Putin should actually understand English.
Another possibility is that he pretended to misunderstand the question and set Trump up. (He did not merely arrive late, he also coughed when Trump spoke, and made grimaces of disgust.)
But you know have a video where Putin doesn't just seem to admit his support for Trump but also, apparently, admits that he influenced the election.
It should be noted that there is no effort from Trump to clean up this mess, despite Trump answered a question for Putin at another point. At least Trump should have understood the whole question.