Trump a bigger threat than Putin, Germans say

Posted July 18, 2018

After a last week and massive protests against him in the U.K., President kept up his hyperbolic criticism of longstanding US allies during an interview with "CBS Evening News".

Others on the United States side sought to lower expectations, attempting to downgrade the summit to just a regular bilateral meeting, given that no major achievements are likely.

EU President Donald Tusk has slammed US President Donald Trump, saying he was "spreading fake news" by calling Europe a US foe. "But it's possible we won't". Before leaving for Finland, Trump tweeted that he was "looking forward to meeting with President Putin" and slammed his critics.

Trump spent the weekend in Scotland at his resort in Turnberry, golfing, tweeting and granting an interview to CBS News in which he named the European Union, a bloc of nations that includes many of America's closest allies, at the top of his list of biggest global foes.

"Well, I might", Trump replied. "I don't think Russian Federation is sending anyone back over here for trial". "But certainly, I'll be asking about it".

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Mr. Huntsman, who is in Helsinki for the Trump-Putin powwow, said Russia's takeover of Crimea from Ukraine in 2014 is on the agenda. "But that doesn't mean they're bad", he said. Even so, the Brookings Institute notes that Russian Federation would love for a USA president to recognize the annexation.

On a related note, US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo will accompany the US President and will meet Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov and hold discussions on a range of issues on the US-Russian agenda. Four former Trump campaign figures, including his first national security adviser and a campaign manager, have been indicted. "We had much better defences, so they couldn't", Trump said during the CBS interview.

"You know, the Russians take the position, you can like it or not like it, that their constitution forbids them to extradite Russian citizens". He then added that "Russia is foe in certain respects", and that China was one economically, though he insisted that he wasn't judging the countries to be "bad", but just meant that they were "competitive".

And John Bolton, the president's national security adviser, played down any possibility of Trump personally demanding Putin to hand over the indicted individuals during their private summit - particularly because of the lack of an extradition treaty.

The president then iterated that "the European Union is very difficult" situation but that he loves "those countries and respects "the leaders of those countries".

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Trump's mother was an immigrant from Scotland; his father was born in NY to German immigrants.

May appeared perplexed when revealing what she said Trump's advice was, and laughed when the BBC anchor asked her if she had given the idea any thought.

Russian hacking of the 2016 USA presidential election would also be a top item on the agenda, the ambassador said.

Speaking in an interview with CBS Evening News aired Sunday, the United States president also sought to temper expectations about how much could be achieved.

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