(Worthy News) - The odds for success are slim and the political risk will be huge for President Trump when he sits down with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Finland next month, but the dealmaker in chief is relishing his turn to go toe-to-toe with the former KBG colonel.
Mr. Trump is telling aides that he is convinced he can succeed where all of his predecessors failed when he attempts to build a better and mutually beneficial relationship with Mr. Putin. His confidence apparently is not shaken by the complication he faces from a caustic political environment in the U.S. and special counsel Robert Mueller’s long shadow looming over the summit.
“We’re looking forward to it,” Mr. Trump said of the summit as he toured a high-tech factory in Wisconsin. “If we could all get along, it would be great. The world has to start getting along.” [ Source: Washington Times (Read More...) ]
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