White House to be petitioned for the urgent Trump - Putin summit to find the way out of the most dangerous security crisis facing both nations and the world.

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White House to be petitioned for the urgent Trump - Putin summit to find the way out of the most dangerous security crisis facing both nations and the world.
Published 18-05-2018, 11:17
In accordance with the existing rules some activists plan to post on the White House website petition urging President Trump to follow in the steps of Ronald Reagan and start a direct dialogue with President Putin in search of solid and verified security arrangements. As President Trump said repeatedly "only haters and fools” do not understand that good US- Russia relations are also good for America.  A summit should be arranged as soon as possible.
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