US President Donald Trump said he will be meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin at the G20 summit in Japan but told reporters that the contents of the discussions are “none of your business”.
The keenly waited meeting is concealed by a probe into the relations between the US President and Russia and the dispute that erupted the last time he organized with Kremlin leader in Finland in 2018. Trump told reporters at the White House, “ I’ll have a very good conversation with him”. He also added, “what I say to him is none of your business”.
The US President has been resolved throughout his Presidency by allegations of doubtful ties to Russia. A major investigation led by a special prosecutor Robert Mueller discovered there was a structured Russian campaign for influencing the 2016 election won by the US President. It discovered contacts between Russian officials and the election campaign of the US President, but no proof of a joint plot.
It also recounted the interest of the US President in a big potential real estate agreement in Moscow well into his election year of 2016. The US President has featured the findings as a complete rehabilitation. However, he remains under fire from rivals for what they say is his compatible smeary relationship with Putin.
Last year in Helsinki, Trump declined at a joint press conference with Putin to condemn Russian interference in the 2016 election and said that he believed the refusal of the Russian leader.
After the earlier meeting in Germany, the US president ordered the translator to hand over his remarks and he has declined to say what the conversation with Putin was about.