Trump To Talk Syria, Ukraine With Putin At G-20 Summit; “Russian Meddling” Reportedly Not On The Agenda

Monday, July 3, 2017
By Paul Martin

by Tyler Durden
Jul 3, 2017

Last week we quipped that it appeared as though Trump had officially scheduled his first kick-off planning session for the 2020 presidential elections when NBC News confirmed that he and Putin would meet later this week at the G-20 Summit in Hamburg. While details are still scarce on the agenda for the meeting, the White House is now saying that discussions between the two controversial world leaders will center around Syria and Ukraine. Per The Hill:

President Trump reportedly plans to talk with Russian President Vladimir Putin about Syria and Ukraine when the two leaders meet later this week.

Two administration officials told CNN the talks will likely focus around the disputes in Syria and Ukraine, but there has not yet been a formal outline for the meeting.

Trump is expected to talk to Putin about Russia’s support for Syrian President Bashar Assad and Moscow’s actions in Ukraine.
Unfortunately, and much to the chagrin of CNN, “Russian meddling” will apparently not be a topic of conversation.

Administration officials also don’t expect Trump will bring up the Russian meddling in the 2016 presidential election during his meeting with Putin, the network reported.

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