US President Donald Trump claimed that the development of diplomatic relations with Russia is more sensible on the eve of the summit between US State Secretary Mike Pompeo and Russian President Vladimir Putin.

In a recent lengthy phonetic conversation with Russian President Putin, the US President Donald Trump scheduled the summit with his Russian counterpart in Japan next month on the sidelines of the G-20 Summit.  The summit would be attended by the leaders of the top 20 economies along with India.

President Trump informed the reporters at the Oval Office of the White House, “ I’ll be meeting with President Putin also”. He said, “I think the message is that there has never been anybody that’s been so tough on Russia but, at the same time, we’re going to end up getting along with Russia. It makes sense to get along with Russia ”.

Replying to a question, Trump claimed that none of his predecessors had approved  Russia as he had. He also said, “ Nobody has talked about the pipeline going to Germany and various other places like I have. I said it’s very unfair — having to do with the United States and NATO”.

He also claimed, “there has been nobody that’s ever done – and if you really look at something big, our energy business – we’re now the biggest in the world. We’re bigger than Russia. We’re bigger than Saudi Arabia. We’re bigger than anybody. That it all happened since I’ve become president because I’ve made it so that you can do that. And we’re taking in a lot of money ”.

He also claimed, “There has been nobody that’s ever done – and if you really look at something big, our energy business – we’re now the biggest in the world. We’re bigger than Russia. We’re bigger than Saudi Arabia. We’re bigger than anybody. That it all happened since I’ve become president because I’ve made it so that you can do that. And we’re taking in a lot of money ”.

He added, “ we’ve probably never done this well before, and it’s going to continue. We have tremendous signs”, saying America was doing well.

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