Senator Paul delivers letter from Trump to Putin's government

Rand Paul delivers Putin letter from Trump

Rand Paul delivers Putin letter from Trump

Paul said on Twitter that "the letter emphasized the importance of further engagement in various areas, including countering terrorism, enhancing legislative dialogue and resuming cultural exchanges".

The tweet set off a flurry of speculation, given the controversy sparked by a Trump-Putin summit in Helsinki last month.

White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders said in turn that Donald Trump would be able to visit Moscow for meeting Putin upon receiving an official invitation and hoped to meet his Russian counterpart in Washington after January 1, 2019.

"I was honoured to deliver a letter from President Trump to President Vladimir Putin's administration".

"My goal in coming to Russian Federation is to say that we want to have open lines of communication", Paul said at a press conference after the meeting.

The delivery of the letter comes just three weeks after the Helsinki summit between Trump and Putin that was pilloried by lawmakers on both sides of the aisle.

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He also held talks in Moscow with parliamentarians and pledged to block new sanctions against Russian Federation. However, he undermined those remarks when he quickly returned to calling the special counsel's investigation a "witch hunt", and referred to Russian interference as a "hoax".

Congressman Massie suggested in an interview with Breitbart News that America and the world will benefit from the increased dialogue between the two countries.

The senator met with members of the Russian parliament's upper house who serve on the foreign affairs committee Monday.

The three Trump supporters said they were comfortable with the widely panned display from the US president, and proceeded to clash with the dissenters.

The two have bonded over Russian Federation, even after they savaged each other on the 2016 presidential primary campaign trail, with Paul at one point deriding Trump as an "orange-faced windbag" and the president retorting that Paul was "truly weird".

Trump was widely criticized in the US for his performance at the Helsinki summit as he appeared to embrace Putin's denial that Russia had interfered in the election, equating the Russian leader's stance with the USA intelligence community's finding that Russia had sought to help Trump win.

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