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Trump hoping to strike last-minute nuclear arms deal with Putin before election: report

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Trump hoping to strike last-minute nuclear arms deal with Putin before election: reportPresident Trump is hoping to strike a last-minute nuclear arms deal with Russian President Vladimir Putin before the Nov. 3 election, Axios reported on Sunday. The U.S. and Russia have been negotiating over a nuclear deal with both presidents speaking to each other over the phone in the last six months. But representatives for both countries were unable to make progress in talks in Vienna until recently. U.S. national...
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