Trump’s First Foreign Policy Meeting is Set

President-elect Donald Trump’s first foreign policy meeting is set. Shortly after being sworn in on January 20, 2017, Donald Trump will be meeting with Vladimir Putin.

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Donald Trump is planning to hold a summit with Vladimir Putin within weeks of becoming president — emulating Ronald Reagan’s Cold War deal-making in Reykjavik with Mikhail Gorbachev.

Trump and his team have told British officials that their first foreign trip will be a meeting with the Russian leader, with the Icelandic capital in pole position to host the superpower talks as it did three decades ago.

In a bid to reset western relations with the Kremlin, Trump will begin work on a deal limiting nuclear weapons.

Sources who have discussed the plans with officials at the Russian embassy in London say Moscow is set to agree to a summit between the two leaders.

Trump’s First Foreign Policy Meeting is Set

Well it appears President-elect Donald Trump is ready to put his money where his mouth is when it comes to Vladimir Putin. He is wasting no time to meet with him and see if they can build a bridge between the two countries.

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