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After warm greetings in public, Presidents Trump and Putin were behind closed doors for more than two hours today in Hamburg, Germany.

The summit within the summit

After warm greetings in public, Presidents Trump and Putin were behind closed doors for more than two hours today in Hamburg, Germany.

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President Trump is reportedly outraged at his staff because the political flap over false statements about Russian officials just won't go away.

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President Trump is reportedly outraged at his staff because the political flap over false statements about Russian officials just won't go away.

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