FROM Gulliver Cragg
Trump triumphs in speech in Warsaw, Poland President Trump has arrived in Germany and a likely mixed reception from other leaders at the G-20 summit. But in Poland he was wildly cheered by a crowd — much of which was bused into Warsaw by the country's conservative government. The president's first meeting with Vladimir Putin is scheduled for tomorrow. In today's speech , he took a swipe at Putin's international actions. Gulliver Cragg, Warsaw correspondent for France 24 , says Trump is glad to be in a country where his reception is all but guaranteed.
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