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John Bolton, the meeting on the trump-Putin: the critic should not be to develop, in the case of the vapours’

National security adviser John Bolton, spoke exclusively to the Sunday on Fox News about the President’s upcoming Russia summit.

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In his first interview since the meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Moscow last week, the National security Advisor to John Bolton on Fox News Sunday said, “” to suspect that the critics are wrong President Trump was too soft on Russia.

President Trump the upcoming summit meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin will take place in Helsinki, Finland, 16. In July, the White house announced last week.

“I don’t think someone should be said to be a case of the vapors” about President trump the rhetoric on NATO and Russia, Bolton.

“The most important reasons, a bilateral meeting between Trump and Putin: can you discuss these issues and see where exactly it could be space for progress, or where you might find that there is no room at all,” he added.

The Assembly would enable the executives to cut through the “political noise” about an alleged Russian agreement, Bolton said.

Bolton said that when he met with Putin, the Russian President personally assured him that Russia will interfere in the US presidential election-but the Trump would still have words for Putin before 2018 competition.

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“I think the President will want to have a conversation about this and say that we want to see interference, said in the election of 2018,” Bolton.

The national security adviser, had said last year, before he was the trombone, the White house, that Russia was the alleged interference in the election of 2016 “act of war” and warned: “We are negotiating with Russia a threat.”

Bolton quotes Trump’s historic nuclear summit with the North Korean dictator Kim Jong-Un as proof that a one-to-one can meet the unexpected, positive results.

Considering that the North Koreans once referred to him as a “very ugly guy,” Bolton offered to make an anecdote out of Singapore.

“I don’t think someone should be a case of the vapors.”

– The national security adviser, John Bolton, to Trump Russia-rhetoric

“At one point in our lunch, Kim Jon Un, said,” The two of us need to take a picture together, I don’t need to is my hardline, you’re such a bad guy.'”

Putin welcomed Bolton in the Kremlin on Wednesday, noting that the American-Russian relations at a low point, he said, was mainly due to the US-American political power struggles, and expressed the hope that Bolton would make a visit to take the first steps to improve relations.

He added that Russia also wanted to offer never the confrontation with the US, to discuss what can be done to “restore full-fledged relations on the basis of equality and mutual respect.”

Bolton said he was looking forward to the discussion “how to improve Russia-US relations and to find areas where we agree, and progress.”

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

“Given the nature of the Russian system, I don’t think we are going to find out to get to the two leaders together.”

“Given the nature of the Russian system, I don’t think we are going to find out to get to the two leaders together.”

“You called me a very ugly guy”

“At one point in our lunch, Kim Jon Un, said the two of us need to take a picture together, I need my hardline, you’re such a bad guy.”

“You called me a very ugly guy”

“At one point in our lunch, Kim Jon Un, said the two of us need to take a picture together, I need my hardline, you’re such a bad guy.”

Gregg Re is an editor for Fox News. Follow him on Twitter @gregg_re.

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