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Napolitano: trump Is naive to think that Putin as his partner?
Judge Andrew Napolitano, the former State Department Deputy spokeswoman Marie Harf. They discuss President Trump’s relationship with Russian President Vladimir Putin
President Trump and the Russian President Vladimir Putin spoke on the phone on Monday, a number of issues, the impact of the recent Russian plane crash North Korea’s nuclear threats, the White house said.
Among the issues of a possible peace discussed: agreement between the Palestinians and the Israelis. “President Putin noted that he would meet with the President of the Palestinian authority Mahmoud Abbas later today, and President, Trump said that the time is now to work towards a lasting peace agreement,” the White house said.
Abbas allegedly later Putin said that he would not work with the United States, “in any form.”
“We declare that from now on we will refuse to cooperate in any form with the United States in his status as a mediator, as we are against his actions,” Abbas said to Putin, according to a report by Haaretz.
The following Trump’s declaration of Jerusalem as the capital of Israel in the past year, Abbas has encouraged to support Putin, the peace talks cleaming the US could “no longer play a leading role.”
Putin met with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu last month.
Discussions about the relations between the Israelis and the Palestinians came amid heightened tension after Israel shot down an Iranian drone that had entered the country during the weekend.
Trump, “again on the meaning of” take several steps to ensure that North Korea is denuclearized, the White house said, without elaborating.
The conversation between Trump and Putin came a day after a plane crash in Moscow, killing all 71 people on Board. In relation to the crash of Saratov Airlines flight 703, Trump Putin said that the United States stand in support of the Russian officials, the case in its probe of the fatal.
Putin, who denied currently for re-election to the Russian meddling in the 2016 presidential elections, was in favor of trump. The President has denied the “agreement” with the Kremlin in order to win, marking the subsequent probe into Russian intervention a “witch hunt.”
Fox News’ Kelly Chernenkoff and Greg Norman contributed to this report.