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%HESITATION we have invited president Putin to Washington after the first of the year White House national security adviser John Bolton made the announcement and complete the Jordaan Friday giving substance to a long discussed White House idea that president Putin trump should meet in Washington think we've all those foolish we should have this dialogue a long time ago entrust had met several times before most notably at a July summit in Helsinki accused of colluding up to the Kremlin leader and failing to confront him over allegations that Russia interfered in the twenty sixteen election who is extremely strong and powerful is denial today truck has vowed to improve relations with Russia think it's in the U. S. best interest to have a solid working relationship with Putin they along with Russia is a good thing , if you accept the invitation it wouldn't be his first time in Washington like your please be seated former president George W. bush invited to the White House in two thousand one and in two thousand five pleased to welcome , my friend glamour putting back to the White House the Russian leader hasn't been back since then and it's unclear if you will accept this latest invitation and what he did is incredible off after the Helsinki outcry the ideal was put on hold even members of trump's own party argue that Putin was not worthy of a White House visit but now nearly four months later the administration is inviting him anyway and it may be