The White House: Trump has opened the door to Putin, but it has not yet been finalized.

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 The White House: Trump has opened the door to Putin, but it has not yet been finalized.


United States White House spokesman Sarah Sanders said at a regular press conference on the 3 day that US President Trump was opening the door to meeting Russian President Putin, but it has not yet been finalized. According to the press conference released by the White House, when asked about the meeting between the leaders of the United States and Russia, Saunders said that no final decision had yet been made. Trumps next meeting may be a meeting with Kim Jeong-eun. Then, will Trapp be before the special fund meeting? Saunders said it was not clear. However, she said, it is certain that the president will be very willing to sit down with Russian leaders. Russian satellite network said Russian Foreign Minister Lavrov said earlier that in March this year, Trump suggested that when he spoke to Putin on the phone, he suggested a bilateral meeting as soon as possible and to work together to stop the arms race. Source: World Wide Web Editor: Zhang Xianchao _NN9310 United States White House spokesman Sarah Sanders said at a regular press conference on the 3 day that US President Trump was opening the door to meeting Russian President Putin, but it has not yet been finalized. According to the press conference released by the White House, when asked about the meeting between the leaders of the United States and Russia, Saunders said that no final decision had yet been made. Trumps next meeting may be a meeting with Kim Jeong-eun. Then, will Trapp be before the special fund meeting? Saunders said it was not clear. However, she said, it is certain that the president will be very willing to sit down with Russian leaders. Russian satellite network said Russian Foreign Minister Lavrov said earlier that in March this year, Trump suggested that when he spoke to Putin on the phone, he suggested a bilateral meeting as soon as possible and to work together to stop the arms race.