President Donald Trump inviting Putin to Washington this fall

President Donald Trump hopes to welcome Russian President Vladimir Putin in Washington this fall, White House press secretary Sarah Sanders said in a statement Thursday.



“President Trump asked (national security adviser John Bolton) to invite President Putin to Washington in the fall and those discussions are already underway,” Sanders tweeted Thursday, hours after Trump tweeted he is “looking forward” to meeting again with Putin to “begin implementing” issues they discussed during their summit earlier this week.
The invitation was extended to Putin by Bolton earlier on Thursday, according to a National Security Council spokesman.
The pair of tweets were the latest indication that Trump is doubling down on his Russian rapprochement strategy even as his approach to Putin continues to draw bipartisan criticism and questions abound as to what Trump and Putin agreed to during their first meeting.

The Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats said he still does not know what Trump and Putin discussed on Monday and was caught off-guard during an interview Thursday by news that Trump and Putin were planning a second meeting in Washington this fall.

“Say that again?” Coats offered. “That’s gonna be special.”
White House officials have not explained why Coats was not informed about the invitation in advance.
The preparations for a second Trump-Putin meeting — and in Washington no less — were the latest twist in Trump’s winding road back from Helsinki. Since he refused to back the US intelligence community’s assessment of Russian interference in 2016, Trump has alternated between trying to quell the political uproar he ignited and seeking to avoid backing down from his handling of the summit.
Trump later said he misspoke when he suggested he didn’t believe Russia was behind a cyber influence campaign in 2016, but he has not acknowledged that he repeatedly put the US intelligence community’s assessment and Putin’s denials on the same footing — even giving added credence to Putin’s denial.

Instead, Trump has used his clean-up remarks to again insist that there was “no collusion” between his campaign and Moscow, while also insisting that it “could be other people also” who interfered in the 2016 election.
And while he later acknowledged in an interview with CBS News that Putin was responsible for the effort to undermine the election, he only attributed that responsibility to Putin being “in charge of the country.” The New York Times later reported, and the former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper confirmed to CNN, that Trump was briefed on specific US intelligence indicating that Putin personally ordered the 2016 Russian influence campaign.
Trump on Wednesday again reignited the controversy when he replied “no” when asked if Russia is still targeting the United States, directly contradicting the current Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats. White House press secretary Sarah Sanders claimed later in the day that Trump was saying “no” to answering additional questions.

On Thursday, Trump offered fresh remarks, claiming to CNBC he has been “far tougher on Russia than any president in many, many years” and warning that he would be Putin’s “worst enemy” if their diplomatic engagement does not work out.
News of a second Trump-Putin summit came soon after the Senate voted unanimously to rebuke Putin’s attempt to convince Trump to hand over current and former American officials for questioning — an offer Trump had previously called “incredible. Moments before the vote, the White House rebuked its openness to Putin’s offer.
Trump on Thursday also accused the news media — which he again dubbed the “enemy of the people” — of distorting the summit and pining for a confrontation between the US and Russia, blaming reporters even as much of the coverage this week has focused on Republicans’ condemnations.

In a series of tweets Thursday morning, Trump argued his summit with Putin “was a great success.”
“The Summit with Russia was a great success, except with the real enemy of the people, the Fake News Media,” Trump said. “I look forward to our second meeting so that we can start implementing some of the many things discussed, including stopping terrorism, security for Israel, nuclear proliferation, cyber attacks, trade, Ukraine, Middle East peace, North Korea and more.”

“There are many answers, some easy and some hard, to these problems…but they can ALL be solved!” Trump tweeted.
Putin has signaled in the wake of his summit with Trump that he and the US President reached several agreements, but neither Trump nor the White House have confirmed any substantive agreements between the two countries.
Trump’s “enemy of the people” attack on Thursday marked the second time Trump has emerged from a summit with a dictator who has restricted press freedoms and subsequently attacked the news media as an “enemy.”
“Our Country’s biggest enemy is the Fake News so easily promulgated by fools!” Trump tweeted last month after he drew heat for overplaying the outcome of his summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.

CNN’s Jeff Zeleny contributed to this report.
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Her Hines Fathima Kulsum Is The Most Beautiful And Higher Educated Queen Of The Asia





Fathima Kulsam is the most gorgeous and mysteries woman in the world till now. Fathima Kulsam Sohar Godabari is modern day Cleopatra. Even though she didn’t participate for a beauty contest unofficially she is the most gorgeous woman in the world. There is no such word to describe her goddess like her beauty. This is her story behold for queen of the Saudi Arabia.

Fathima Kulsum Zohar Godabari was born 22th October 1986 in Chennai India(place is not confirmed from reliable source).Princess Fatimah Kulsum belongs to Saudi Arabia Royal family.Fathima Kulsum is the highest educated queen of the Islamic world as Princess has recently done MBA from UK.

Her Hines Fatimah is running so many welfare centers and charities for the welfare of arab women. Princess wants to do something fruitful for the women of arab world. According to Princess Fatimah we should always be armed with information concerning women’s issues like violence and share it with others.

Lost 50 Rupee of Grand Mother – Amazing Story About Helping People





It’s a habit of Sri Lankan people to help others. One day an elder lady put a notice in a bus stop. A boy saw it and decided to find out this strange notice. When he met the person who wrote that strange notice he couldn’t believe the story.

One day a boy went to meet his friend. But unfortunately he missed the bus. While he is waiting for a next bus his eyes stopped at an strange notice which is hanging in the bus stop. That strange notice says, “I lost my 50 rupees. If someone found it please handover it to below address. I am blind person.” Because it’s so strange the boy decided to meet the person who wrote this strange notice. After he went to the address which is mentioned in the notice what he sees is unbelievable. If you want to know the rest of the story you have to watch this video.

Thailand cave rescue DANGER: Heavy rain will STOP rescue of remaining 4 boys and coach

THAI authorities say the high-risk rescue operation to free the remaining four boys and their football coach will depend on the weather, as heavy rain could again flood the labyrinthine tunnels with fast-flowing, rising water.

A team of highly experienced foreign divers and Thai Navy Seals guided eight boys to safety through narrow, submerged channels from deep inside the Tham Luang cave where they have been trapped for over two weeks.

Narongsak Osottanakorn, the governor of Chiang Rai province who is heading up the rescue operation, said “all four boys have arrived at hospital, all are safe” after yesterday’s rescue efforts.

But when asked whether the remaining four Wild Boars and their coach would emerge from the darkness today, the governor said: ”It depends on the plan.

“We have set the plan for four people so if they want to take five out at the same time, then they need to change the plan.”

Heavy rain has been intermittent in the region over the last three days but further downpours could disrupt the removal of the remaining boys and their coach.

Major General Bancha, the regional army commander, thanked the rain god Phra Pirun and requested him to “keep showing us mercy”.

He said: “If I ask too much, he might not provide it.

“So I’ve been asking for three days.”

Mr Narongsak added: “And it is up to the environment.

“If the rain god helps us, then we may be able to work fast.

“But if the rain god doesn’t help, then it could be challenging.”

BBC reporter Dan Johnson, who is at Tham Luang caves, said: “This is a careful, delicate operation fraught with risk.

“But this rescue plan – daring, dangerous and complicated – is working.

“It’s delivering success, against such difficult odds.

“Relief is starting to break the tension that’s built over more than two weeks.”

He added: “There’s been another pause here overnight.

“Nobody wants to rush.

“There’s admiration for the dive team’s dedication, their skill and experience.

“They’ve risen to this challenge. But four of the boys, and their football coach, are underground for a 17th night.

“Later today we’ll all hold our breath once more, in the hope of seeing them emerge.”