USA senator presents letter from Pres. Trump for Putin

USA senator presents letter from Pres. Trump for Putin

Senator Lindsey Graham said additional sanctions needed to be tied up before President Donald Trump holds a second meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin after the US leader came under heavy criticism for failing to confront Putin about interference in the 2016 election at a summit last Monday.

"At Senator Paul's request, President Trump provided a letter of introduction.

Trump's meeting with Putin received lower marks, with 23 percent calling it successful and 35 percent calling it unsuccessful.

A Kremlin spokesman confirmed that the letter was delivered and was making its way to Putin.

The tweet set off a flurry of speculation, given the controversy sparked by a Trump-Putin summit in Helsinki last month.

US President Donald Trump and the key members of his team have been repeatedly rejecting all the accusations concerning collusion between the Trump campaign and Russian Federation. The White House plans to impose sanctions over foreign interference in U.S. elections, The Washington Post said.

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"Thank you for considering meeting with Senator Paul during his visit to Russian Federation".

"I was honored to deliver a letter from President Trump to President Vladimir Putin's administration", the senator from Kentucky wrote on Twitter.

Paul, a member of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, has continued to meet with Russian officials in Moscow this week along with visiting the US embassy.

FILE PHOTO: U.S. President Donald Trump receives a football from Russian President Vladimir Putin as they hold a joint news conference after their meeting in Helsinki, Finland, July 16.

Congressman Massie suggested in an interview with Breitbart News that America and the world will benefit from the increased dialogue between the two countries.

Paul has been in Russian Federation this week on a trip he sees as a continuation of Trump's diplomatic outreach to Putin. That summit was widely criticized on Capitol Hill for Trump's failure to side with US intelligence officials who say Putin was responsible for Russia's theft of Democratic emails and use of social media propaganda in 2016. Facing public pressure, including criticism from some Republicans, Trump later said he misspoke.

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