Trump 'Briefly' Spoke With Putin This Morning About Mueller Report

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Trump and Putin spoke by phone, discussed Mueller report

President Donald Trump said on May 3 that he had spoken with Russian President Vladimir Putin, the first conversation since special counsel Robert Mueller's Russia investigation report was released.

Sanders informed that the two leaders had discussed the outcomes of the investigation by US Special Counsel Robert Mueller, the situation in Venezuela and North Korea, as well as the prospects of prolonging the New START and signing a new nuclear disarmament treaty between Russian Federation, the US and China.

White House spokeswoman Sarah Sanders told reporters that the call was an "overall positive conversation".

"Had a long and very good conversation with President Putin of Russia", Trump tweeted after the call.

The Kremlin confirmed the two leaders talked and highlighted in its statement that the call was initiated by Washington.

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Their conversation also comes as the White House accuses Russian Federation of talking Venezuelan dictator Nicolas Maduro out of leaving the country for Cuba. "The conversation between Trump and Putin lasted for nearly 1.5 hours", Peskov said. Lavrov answered in kind, calling on the United States not to interfere and proposing political negotiations to resolve the Venezuelan crisis.

"We need to stay focused on what Russian Federation did", Rouda said while appearing on "Outnumbered Overtime" on Friday.

"We're looking at a number of different fronts", she said about Venezuela.

According to the spokeswoman, the discussion also included focus on the extention of the New START treaty between Russian Federation and the USA, with the 2010 agreement, which is up for renewal in 2021, committing both countries to reducing the number of strategic nuclear missile launchers by half.

Some might argue that Trump's discussion of this probe with Putin is problematic, but it seems as though Trump only briefly mentioned it, rightly noting that the report found "no collusion". On February 2, Kremlin suspended its participation in the treaty as well.

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It also includes extensive transparency measures requiring each side to allow the other to carry out 10 inspections of strategic nuclear bases each year; give 48 hours notice before new missiles covered by the treaty leave their factories; and provide notifications before ballistic missile launches.

"We discussed the possibility of a three-way deal", Donald Trump said.

Trump earlier pulled the plug on a decades-old nuclear arms treaty with Russian Federation. Trump accused Moscow of violating the 1987 Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty with "impunity" by deploying missiles banned by the pact.

"We also discussed trade". North Korean leader Kim Jong Un traveled to Russian Federation last week to meet with Putin.

After tweeting, Trump spoke to reporters in the Oval Office about the call with Putin and described it in a way that caused more alarm among Democrats.

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Meanwhile, she also said that Trump and Putin also "spoke about North Korea for a good bit of time", where he stressed the importance of denuclearization. We continue to stand with the people of Venezuela and the president is continuing to push for aid to be delivered to those people. The Kremlin said both leaders highlighted the need to pursue denuclearisation of the region.

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