Southforward.com – US President Donald Trump is reportedly inviting Russian President Vladimir Putin to come to Washington DC, USA.
This was conveyed by White House Spokesman, Sarah Sanders as quoted from his personal Twitter, Friday (20/07/2018).
President Trump has asked his national security adviser, John Bolton, to invite President Putin by the end of 2018.
“President Trump asked @Ambjohnbolton to invite President Putin to Washington in the fall and his talks are ongoing,” Sander said.
This invitation at the same time shocked many parties, especially senior politicians in the US.
This meeting is actually reported as a follow-up of the meeting of the two leaders of the country in Finland earlier this week.
The Democratic Senate Chuck Schumer said the Trump President should not personally meet with Putin until Americans know what happened at their first meeting in Helsinki earlier this week.
“Until we know what happened at the two-hour meeting in Helsinki, the President of Trump should no longer interact individually with Putin in the United States, in Russia or elsewhere,” Senator Schumer said in a statement.
There has been no official confirmation from Russia whether to approve the invitation from the US President.