White House confirms Trump’s second meeting with Vladimir Putin

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The G20 Summit apparently consisted of more than one meeting between president Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin.

The White House confirmed the undisclosed second meeting, Tuesday, but called it a "brief discussion" in front of other world leaders and their spouses during a dinner hosted by the chancellor of Germany.

And what better way for President Trump to voice his frustration about the reports about the meeting being all secret than on Twitter.

Meanwhile, Democrats are asking the FBI to review Ivanka Trump's security clearance amid reports of her husband's meeting with Russian lawyer during the 2016 presidential elections.

In the letter, a group of 20 Democrats wrote, " we are concerned that Ivanka Trump may be engaged in similar deception."

And in the midst of all of this, President Trump is continuing his fight to repeal and replace Obama Care.

He invited Republican senators to lunch, Wednesday to discuss health care - after they failed to get enough support to move forward with their proposal, Tuesday.

Prior to the meeting, Trump took to Twitter, again.

Well, we just have to wait and see what the next act is for Americans and their health care.

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