CNBC interview: Trump on meeting with Putin, says "not always conciliatory"
US President Donald Trump defended his efforts to build a relationship with Russian leader.
The US President Donald Trump defended his efforts to build a relationship with Russian leader Vladimir Putin in a television interview broadcast on Friday, saying that their conversation was not always agreeable.
"So I had a meeting that lasted for more than two hours. It wasn't always conciliatory," Trump told CNBC in an interview recorded on Thursday. "We discussed lots of good things for both countries, frankly."
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