Democrat fears Putin will outwit Trump at summit

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In an interview from Scotland with "CBS Evening News," the president told anchor Jeff Glor that the European Union with its 28 members, many of which are America's longest standing and closest allies, is a foe.

Police say the paraglider, carrying a banner reading "Trump: Well Below Par", breached a security no fly zone when it flew over the USA president's Turnberry resort in western Scotland during Trump's visit there on Friday in protest against his environmental policies.

That's Trump's favorite derogatory term for the special counsel investigation into Russian election meddling and possible ties to his campaign that has already led to a slew of indictments, including of a dozen Russian intelligence officers last week.

The President has spent the past week touring Europe, taking part in a North Atlantic Treaty Organisation summit in Brussels, Belgium, and later visiting Britain.

"Nothing bad's gonna come out of it, and maybe some good will come out", Trump said.

He said he was going to the meet "with low expectations". They have an agreement with the Europeans that looks a lot like an extradition treaty.

"Certainly, I'll be asking about it", Trump said.

Trump has been reluctant to criticise Putin over the years, and has described him in recent days not as an enemy, but as a competitor.

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"I think this is a so-called first meeting, where the main goal apparently is to test if the dialogue runs smoothly and if a common ground can be found rather than to address some kind of concrete issues", explained Niinistö.

12 Russian intelligence officers have been indicted for hacking the Democratic National Committee, the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee and the Hillary Clinton campaign, and releasing emails with the intention of impacting the results of the 2016 presidential campaign.

Speaking on the BBC, she said: "He told me I should sue the European Union - not go into negotiations".

"I might. I hadn't thought about it".

He said that Russian Federation is a foe "in certain respects" and that China is a foe "economically ... but that doesn't mean they are bad".

United States intelligence agencies concluded that the accounts were hacked as part of a wide-ranging operation ordered by Putin to damage Clinton's bid for the presidency and assist Trump's campaign. Though not a comprehensive list, here are some of the most notable things the President has said about his Russian counterpart - in reverse chronological order. "Unfortunately, no matter how well I do at the Summit, if I was given the great city of Moscow as retribution for all of the sins and evils committed by Russian Federation".

"Looking forward to meeting with President Putin tomorrow, " Trump tweeted Sunday.

Mr. Warner and other Democratic senators recently wrote to Mr. Trump saying he should cancel the meeting "if you are not prepared to make Russia's attack on our election the top issue you will discuss".

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Anti-Trump demonstrations were expected to take place in Bristol, Newcastle, Leeds, Cambridge and Cardiff. Mr Trump went further and suggested to the Sun Mr Johnson was "a great representative for your country".

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