President Trump has arrived in Helsinki, Finland, ahead of a major summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin, after Trump said earlier in the weekend he had “low expectations” but “maybe some good” would come out of the meeting.
The president did not answer shouted questions from reporters as he made his way from Air Force One after landing.
On Sunday, Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., said the summit shouldn’t happen.
The July 16 meeting is set to be the first official Russian-U.S. presidential summit since 2010. The two leaders last spoke in person in November 2017 at an economic summit in Vietnam.
The summit is expected to touch on a variety of issues, including Russian election meddling, Syria, arms control, Putin’s 2014 takeover of Crimea from Ukraine and sanctions.
1.) Russian meddling
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