Trump invited Russia's Putin to White House, Kremlin says

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President Donald Trump suggested Russian President Vladimir Putin visit the White House, according to a Kremlin adviser.

On Monday morning, Yuri Ushakov said that during a March 20 phone call between the two leaders, Trump proposed a face-to-face meeting in Washington.

An NHK reporter says that Putin will likely continue to seek talks with Trump in order to prevent bilateral ties from deteriorating further. "We would like to believe that measures taken by Americans on basis of free accusations will be withdrawn and that we can begin a constructive and serious dialogue", he added in allusion to punishments of U.S. and or countries for attack in United Kingdom, which West It attributes to Russian Federation but of which Moscow denies to be responsible.

There was, of course, fodder about some other characters in the mix too, but it was officially the bunny's meeting. Moreover, unlike his government, Trump rejects criticizing Putin and has sometimes commended him. Aslund notes that Trump seems "excited" by the idea of meeting with Putin.

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Since the call, two dozen countries expelled more than 150 Russian diplomats in solidarity with Britain over the poisoning of Sergei Skripal, the former spy, and his daughter Yulia.

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Senator John McCain said at the time: "An American president does not lead the Free World by congratulating dictators on winning sham elections".

Last week, however, America joined or Western countries in imposing harsh reprisals on Russian Federation for chemical attack.

Last week, Russia announced it would expel 60 American diplomats and close the USA consulate in St. Petersburg - a tit-for-tat reaction to the US decision to order Russian diplomats out over the poisoning of an ex-Russian spy in Britain.

On March 29, Russian Federation ordered the expulsion of 60 U.S. diplomats and the closing of the United States consulate in St. Petersburg.

The leaders haven't yet made plans for a White House meeting.