Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II and Trump during his visit to Windsor Castle.
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Plenty of U.S. presidents have created commotion in their travels abroad, but none as much as President Donald Trump.We've never had our president hold a joint news conference with a Russian leader where he assigned blame, from his perspective, to both parties, but in fact dedicated most of his time to blaming the U.S. Justice Department and intelligence services".While past presidents have had difficult foreign trips and been criticized for their summits with Soviet leaders, Trump's behavior has few parallels, in the view of presidential historians and longtime Russia watchers."I think even President George W. Bush's meeting, where he had that famous quote about looking into Putin's eyes and seeing into his soul – this summit dwarfs that by a factor of a thousand".Indeed, even before he departed Washington, Trump had made clear that he was itching for a fight.Nothing, however, had quite prepared the world for Trump's comments in Helsinki after hours of meetings with Russian President Vladimir Putin, whose government, U.S. intelligence officials have concluded, meddled in the 2016 election, hacked Democratic Party emails and disseminated them in an effort to help Trump win.Pomeranz said the damage Trump made with his EU and NATO comments was significant.
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