On Thursday, Donald Trump first said that he was looking forward to seeing Vladimir Putin and that “I think it's a very good time to have a meeting.” That was less than an hour before the White House press secretary put out a notice that the meeting had been cancelled because Russia is illegally holding Ukrainian ships and sailors hostage. However, within minutes of Trump’s cancelling the meeting, the Jerusalem Post reported that the Kremlin had “rejected” Trump’s cancellation.
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President Trump said Thursday he will "probably" meet with Russian President Vladimir Putin at this weekend's Group of 20 summit, despite growing tensions over Ukraine.Trump previously floated the prospect of cance...
President Donald Trump on Thursday formally canceled his planned G-20 summit meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin, in response to Russia’s attack on Ukrainian ships near Crimea last weekend, but the Kremlin insisted on Friday that Putin and Trump will have a “brief impromptu meeting” similar to Putin’s encounters with other summit attendees.