Trump, Putin to Meet July 16 in Finland

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WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin will meet on July 16 in Helsinki, Finland, the White House said in a statement Thursday.

“The two leaders will discuss relations between the United States and Russia and a range of national security issues,” the statement said.

The two leaders will discuss the relations between the two countries in addition to various security issues, according to the two governments reported in separate statements.

The summit will take place after the meeting of NATO leaders, scheduled for July 11 and 12, and the end of the World Cup in Russia, which concludes on the 15th of that month.

The details of the summit were agreed on Wednesday during a meeting in Moscow between Putin and U.S. National Security Adviser John Bolton.

This is a developing story, check back for updates.


  • AMJoy Fan

    Trump is under Federal investigation for violations of the Logan Act and possibly treason involving, get this, Putin and Russia. And he is going to meet with his co-conspirator? I guess he figures he can stack the supreme court so he can shake the lawful indictment that is coming from Mr. Mueller! #lockhimup

    • navybluesweatpants

      Putin is probably behind all of these border jumping caravans too. I heard he hacked into CNN in an attempt to make everyone dumber. Dang that Putin’s good. We need a good guy to be hero against the villan bad guy.

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