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Donald Trump invites Vladimir Putin to visit Washington in autumn

US President Donald Trump has asked his national security adviser to invite Vladimir Putin to Washington in the fall.

Sarah Huckabee Sanders, press secretary of the White House, said that John Bolton was going to make an invitation. This week in Finland

Mrs. Sanders said that "these discussions are already underway" for an autumn meeting between the two presidents

Trump and Putin met (Photo: AP)
Sarah Huckabee Sanders, press secretary of the White House, said that John Bolton would invite after Trump's meeting with the Russian president (Photo: AP

House, but Mrs. Sanders did not say where the two met.

In a tweet about Mr. Putin earlier on Thursday, Mr. Trump said: "I look forward to our second meeting."

But Mr Trump rejected Putin's offer to allow the United States to question 12 Russians accused of interfering in the 2016 elections after harsh criticism from Republicans and Republicans. Democrats.

In return, Putin asked Russia's permission to interrogate Americans accused of unspecified crimes. said the proposal had been "made sincerely" by the Russian president, but that Mr. Trump "did not agree".

Mrs. Sanders said that "these discussions are already underway" for an autumn meeting between the two presidents (Photo: AP)
She said that the United States hoped that Putin would accuse the Russians of charges brought by the US Department of Justice "in the United States to prove their innocence" . innocence or guilt.

The White House rejected Putin's offer as the Republican-controlled Senate issued a reprimand to Mr. Trump in opposing the offer.

million. Putin did what Mr Trump called an "unbelievable offer" during a joint pre-conference The conference concluded that his summit in Helsinki, for which Mr Trump received a bipartisan sentence at home.

The White House had declared Wednesday that it was under study, although the State Department has qualified Russia's allegations against the absurd American. In an interview with the Christian Broadcasting Network on Thursday, US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said that "it will not happen".

In a tweet about Mr. Putin earlier on Thursday, Mr. Trump said: "I'm looking forward to our second meeting" (Photo: EPA)

"The administration is not going to send, force the Americans to" The Russian claims against the Americans, including the former US ambassador to Russia, Michael McFaul, imply allegations of fraud and corruption

. He criticized the White House for even considering the offer, while Mr McFaul called it "Putin's ridiculous request".

Rejecting criticism of his Putin meeting, Mr. Trump said Thursday that he wanted a new meeting with Mr. Putin. implement the ideas they discussed in Helsinki, making the summit a starting point for progress on a number of common concerns.

million. Trump also accused the media of trying to provoke a confrontation with Moscow Even though the meeting has raised concerns from a large sample of Republicans and Democrats

In the 2016 election after fierce criticism of Republicans and Democrats (Photo: AFP)

M. Trump tweeted a list of topics discussed at the summit: terrorism, security for Israel, peace in the Middle East, Ukraine, North Korea and more. wrote: "There are many answers, some easy and some difficult, to these problems … but they can all be solved!"

"I look forward to our second meeting for to be able to start implementing some of the sed things, he wrote. Mr. Trump also met with Mr. Putin last year in Germany and Vietnam.

Despite the bipartisan criticism, Mr. Trump blamed the media, tweeting: "The fake media want so much to see a major confrontation with Russia, even a confrontation that could lead to war.They push so recklessly and hate the fact that I will probably have a good relationship with Putin.We are doing much better than any other country! "

" The Summit with Russia was a great success, except with the real enemy of the people, the Fake News Media, "he tweeted

. for his post-summit statements raising doubts about Russia's interference in the 2016 US elections, past and current community officials also differed from many of his statements

. On Thursday, US-Russian relations are "more or less worse than during the Cold War," but the meeting with Trump allowed them to begin "on the road to positive change."

"We will see how things evolve further," said Putin, referring to unidentified "forces" in the United States trying to prevent any improvement in relations and "placing narrow partisan interests." above the national interest "

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