Former U.S. ambassador to Russia William Burns and "Face the Nation" moderator and CBS senior foreign affairs correspondent, Margaret Brennan, joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the possible outcomes of the meeting between President Trump and President Putin. When asked about their contrasting styles, Burns says Putin has an advantage on Trump when it comes to experience, especially in a one on one meeting.
Eurasia Group president and CBS News senior global affairs contributor Ian Bremmer joins “CBS This Morning” to discuss new reporting about what happened behind the scenes at last week’s NATO summit. NATO leaders declared an emergency session to address Mr. Trump’s hammering of America's allies over their defense spending. Sources tell Bremmer Mr. Trump, growing frustrated with their lack of commitment to up their spending, turned to Turkish leader Recep Tayyip Erdogan and said "you do things the right way" and fist-bumped him.
President Trump said in an interview over the weekend with Jeff Glor, he may ask Vladimir Putin to extradite the Russians indicted for hacking DNC servers during the 2016 election, but seemed to shift blame for the crime onto Democrats themselves. Glor joins "CBS This Morning" with more from his interview with the president.
As President Trump meets with President Putin, he takes on one of the most experienced negotiators on the world stage. During Putin's time in power, he's met with every president since Bill Clinton and it’s taken the west almost two decades to understand how he operates. Elizabeth Palmer reports from Helsinki, Finland.
President Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin addressed the media ahead of their meeting Monday. Trump congratulated Putin on a "successful World Cup" and said, "getting along with Russia is a good thing, not a bad thing." See their full remarks, along with analysis from Elizabeth Palmer and Major Garrett.
Ahead of President Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin’s highly anticipated meeting in Helsinki, Finland “Face the Nation” moderator and CBS News senior foreign affairs correspondent Margaret Brennan joins “CBS This Morning” to discuss the significance of the meeting, how Mr. Trump might fare during a negotiation with the Russian president and why the summit signals the end of yet another Obama legacy.
President Trump and first lady Melania Trump are on their way to Finland’s presidential palace where the president will meet with Vladimir Putin. Mr. Trump has been urged to confront the Russian president on several topics, including friday's U.S. indictment of 12 Russian military intelligence officers accused of hacking the computers of Democratic party officials during the last presidential election. While the president is trying to diminish the significance of the meeting, it is drawing huge interest from around the world. Norah O'Donnell reports from Helsinki, Finland.