On March 20, Trump called Putin to congratulate him on his re-election, and the U.S. leader told reporters afterwards that the two would "probably get together in the not-too-distant future". The administration had no further comment on the matter, she said.
There was, of course, fodder about some other characters in the mix too, but it was officially the bunny's meeting. "I hope the Americans won't abandon their proposal to discuss the possibility of holding the summit", he said.
On March 4, former Russian-turned-British spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter were poisoned with nerve agents in Salisbury - an attack the British government, among others, believes Russia masterminded. The talks were a prelude to Trump's first meeting with Putin at the Group of 20 summit last July.
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Then U.S. President congratulated Putin on his victory in the presidential election. The last time Putin was in White House was in 2005 when he met with n-president, Republican George W. Bush, at a time of greater closeness between two countries. In his phone conversation, two weeks later, Trump did not deal with Putin, as White House explained.
Last week, however, America joined or Western countries in imposing harsh reprisals on Russian Federation for chemical attack. The U.S. has since joined the United Kingdom and other countries and expelled 60 Russian diplomats of its own.
Russian Federation denies involvement and has retaliated against the diplomatic sanctions in kind.
Rolling out a welcome for Putin in the White House, rather than at a neutral location, could anger Trump's domestic critics, who accuse Russian Federation of hostile acts against Western countries, including the United States.