President Donald Trump said it is “certainly possible” that Russian President Vladimir Putin could be invited to next year’s Group of Seven Summit, though other member nations seemed to disapprove.
European Council President Donald Tusk said the previous night that “under no condition” would Russia be invited, but Trump told reporters Sunday the group had a “lively” conversation that could change that. 
Russia was kicked out of the group in 2014 after it annexed the Crimean Peninsula and contributed to an ongoing civil war in the region, which Tusk cited in his disapproval of considering an invitation for Putin to attend next year’s summit.
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President Donald Trump said it is “certainly possible” that Russian President Vladimir Putin could be invited to next year’s Group of Seven Summit, though other member nations seemed to disapprove.

Trump’s comment Sunday came after he repeatedly touted support for the move. The same…

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