Trump has long been seeking to bring Putin to Washington for a meeting. The president met with Putin on the sidelines of two international summits last year -- first Germany, then Vietnam -- and both times he invited his Russian counterpart to the White House, according to three current and former administration officials. He reiterated the invitation on a call with Putin in the spring.
MOSCOW – Russian President Vladimir Putin, known for his passion for the outdoors, showed off his softer side during a visit to China when he sat down to play the piano Sunday. Putin is in Beijing on a state visit to discuss a $1 trillion infrastructure plan that strives to revive the ancient Silk Road. After speaking at the summit in the morning, Putin headed to meet Chinese President Xi Jinping at his residence. Putin is habitually late for meetings, but this time he was the one who was made to wait, Russian news agencies said. So, Putin played some songs on Xi's piano.
Russian President Vladimir Putin displayed his manliness during an interview with director Oliver Stone. "I am not a woman, so I do not have bad days," Putin said. "I am not trying to insult anyone. There are certain natural cycles." Stone met with the Kremlin leader for his documentary called, "The Putin Interviews," Bloomberg reported.