Published: Mon, July 02, 2018
Worldwide | By Angelina Lucas

Trump on meeting Putin: 'I'll talk to him about everything'

Trump on meeting Putin: 'I'll talk to him about everything'

Trump and Putin will discuss "the current state and prospects of further development of Russian-US relations and also vital issues of the worldwide agenda", the Kremlin press service said. However, Putin and Trump talked on the sidelines of the forum and adopted a joint statement on Syria.

Graham continued: "I'm concerned when the president tweets that Russian Federation denies they meddled in our elections".

"We'll be talking about elections".

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In Moscow, Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova said it was best not to get too excited about what the summit might yield. And he has called the FBI's investigation into potential Russian co-ordination with his campaign a "witch hunt" created to delegitimize his presidency. This week, he tweeted: 'Russia continues to say they have nothing to do with meddling in our election.' And the Pentagon is reportedly studying pulling troops out of Germany.

Russian President Vladimir Putin addresses his inauguration ceremony in Moscow, capital of Russia, on May 7, 2018.

Since Trump assumed presidency, the two leaders have held several phone conversations, including the latest one on March 20. We don't want anybody tampering with elections.

The president was speaking with Mario Bartiromo on "Sunday Morning Futures" on Fox News when she asked if he'd speak to Putin about allegations the Russians have interfered in American elections. The president also said he didn't see a problem with having good relationships with Russian Federation and China. And I think that in the president's mind this is very important because it gives him an opportunity to size up Vladimir Putin to see where there are areas where we might make progress together and where there are areas where we may not'. "Does it follow that the United Kingdom may Annex the United States"? "And I don't think anybody ought to have a case of the vapors over the discussions we have in North Atlantic Treaty Organisation or the G7 versus discussions with Putin and Kim Jong-un".

The Obama administration, along with the European Union and individual allied countries, imposed sanctions on Russian Federation over Crimea, and even members of Trump's Cabinet have said they will not be lifted until the situation is resolved.

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