Donald Trump will hold talks with Vladimir Putin, despite criticism in the US, as such a meeting is in America’s national interest, the utterly diplomatic US National Security Adviser John Bolton told reporters in Moscow. Bolton, who arrived in Russia to prepare the summit and met with President Vladimir Putin on Wednesday, said that both the US and Russian presidents shared a belief that their face-to-face meeting will improve relations between the two nations. “Despite the political noise in the US,” direct communications between Trump and Putin are in the “best interest of our country,” he said, during a press-conference in the Russian capital. Read more The adviser has decried claims of Russian meddling in the US election in 2016 and accusations that Trump made it to the White House with Putin’s help, calling them “complete nonsense.” The summit between the US and Russian leaders has been anticipated for months, but Bolton said he didn’t think there was “anything unusual” about it as many European leaders have recently held talks with Putin. “A full range of issues” will be discussed by Trump and Putin when they finally get together, including arms control agreements, alleged Russian meddling and Moscow rejoining the… Read full this story
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