The midterm elections may or may not not turn out the way President Diaper hopes they will but, in the event that they don't, Trump is preparing to cheer himself up by scheduling meetings with two of the world's worst dictators.
Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin have tentatively agreed to meet in Paris next month where the world will be mark the 100-year anniversary of the end of World War I.
President Vladimir Putin says he would be ready to meet with U.S. President Donald Trump when they both visit Paris next month.
Speaking at the start of Tuesday’s meeting with Trump’s national security adviser, John Bolton, Putin said that it’s important to maintain Russia-U.S. dialogue despite their differences. Bolton’s visit follows Trump’s statement over the weekend that he intends to pull out of a key nuclear arms pact, the 1987 Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces (INF) Treaty.
Putin said his last meeting with Trump in Helsinki in July was useful, adding that he would be open to meet with Trump in France if he agrees.
Putin isn't wrong. His last meeting with Trump was incredibly useful as Trump was openly treasonous against the United States during that meeting. It would be a professional failure if Putin did not agree to more meetings with his favorite pet.
Meanwhile, Trump is also preparing to hold another "summit" with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un sometime shortly after the new year.
“A meeting is likely sometime after the first of the year,” the U.S. official told a small group of reporters.
U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said on Friday he hopes to meet his North Korean counterpart soon to lay the groundwork for a “big step forward” on denuclearization during the next summit.
Pompeo, in an interview with Voice of America on a trip to Mexico City, said Kim told him two weeks ago he was committed to the promises he had made to Trump during their first summit.
The first summit was suppose to be a "big step forward" and yet here we are.