Rock, who is taking part in Miami in the IAPA's digital conference SipConnect 2018, said, "President Trump has little tolerance and he is annoyed by journalist questioning which he tends to describe as false news and he scorns".
Putin said Friday that he was prepared to visit Trump in Washington and that he had also invited the president to Moscow.
A White House reporter for CNN was disinvited from a Rose Garden photo opportunity Wednesday after having called out questions to President Trump in an earlier Oval Office meeting about former personal attorney Michael Cohen tape-recording him.
But National Security Adviser John Bolton said this week that Trump now believes the follow-up sit-down should take place "after the Russian Federation witch hunt is over" and "after the first of the year".
Alina Polyakova, a Russian Federation expert at the Brookings Institution, said hosting Trump in Moscow gives Putin the home court advantage.
On Wednesday, Trump's national security adviser, John Bolton, said that a Washington-based meeting between Trump and Putin would be put off until 2019 because of special counsel Robert Mueller's "witch hunt".
Trump also signaled at the press conference that he believed Vladimir Putin's denials of the attacks over the unanimous conclusions that had been reached by USA intelligence agencies.
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He added that he would consider a visit to Washington but noted there must be "necessary conditions", without further explanation. Collins asked Trump as reporters shouted questions and White House press aides tried to usher them out of the room.
The White House announced this week that the next summit would be postponed until next year. But Collins later refuted this claim, noting that the event was "totally normal" and "wasn't anything different from any other pool spray", she said.
Trump says US and Russian Federation are both to blame for poor relations.
Putin answered Mason's question by saying, "Yes, I did" want Trump to win "because he talked about bringing the U.S. -Russia relationship back to normal".
A USA special counsel is now investigating whether the Trump campaign colluded with Russian spies to manipulate the vote.
Trump on Friday denied knowing in advance about a 2016 meeting his son Donald Trump Jr. and other campaign staff had at Trump Tower with a group of Russians who offered damaging information on Clinton.
After meeting Russia President Vladimir Putin on Monday, the president spent the remainder of the week reversing or softening his comments that Russia didn't try to interfere with the USA election in 2016. All Coats did was react with genuine surprise at being told Trump wanted to invite Putin onto American soil. She also said that the White House does support a free press.
Moscow has portrayed its tensions with Washington as a result of Mr Trump being handicapped by domestic political disputes and a widespread "Russophobia" perpetrated by holdovers from the Obama years - echoing Mr Trump's penchant for blaming his predecessor for many problems. His invitation for Trump to come to Moscow - whether the invitation has been formally tendered or is only in spirit - also appears to pressure Trump to show whether he is bold and disruptive enough to buck intense criticism at home.