Donald Trump, the U.S. President, expects to greet Vladimir Putin, the Russian President this fall in Washington. This was claimed by Sarah Sanders, press secretary at White House, to the media in an interview this week.
“President Trump ordered John Bolton (national security adviser) to invite President Putin in the fall to Washington and those talks are already in progress,” Sanders claimed ties week Thursday. She tweeted this after Trump posted on Tweeter that he is expecting to meet with Putin again to start solving problems that they spoke about at the time of their summit previously this week.
The invitation was expanded by Bolton to Putin previously this week, as per a spokesperson of National Security Council.
The tweets were the newest indication that Trump is increasing his efforts on Russian rapprochement plan even as his meeting with Putin carries on to draw questions and bipartisan criticism as to what Putin & Trump decided on during their initial meeting.
Dan Coats, the Director of National Intelligence, claimed that he still does not know what Putin & Trump talked about this week. “Say that again?” Coats answered to the media questions. “That is gaining be extraordinary.” White House executives have not clarified why Coats was not told in advance about the invitation.
The preparations for a second meeting between Trump and Putin were the newest twist in the winding back of Trump from Helsinki. Since he declined to support the assessment of Russian interference by the U.S. intelligence community in 2016, Trump has grappled for attempting to suppress the political uproar he activated.
On a related note, President Trump has made a new record. And this time it is as weird as it might sound. President Trump has topped the Google image search for the word “idiot.” You can verify for yourself.
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