White House says Russian President Vladimir Putin to visit Washington in the fall

Discussions are underway for Russian President Vladimir Putin to visit Washington this fall, the White House said Thursday – even as it continued to face a backlash on Capitol Hill for its handling of the summit with Putin in Helsinki this week.White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said Thursday that the follow-up meeting was intended to continue "an ongoing working level dialogue between the two security council staffs."

President Donald Trump has asked his national security adviser, John Bolton, to extend the invitation, she said.

Anatoly Antonov, Russia's envoy to the U.S., said he hadn’t seen Trump’s invitation himself, but that “Russia was always open to such proposals," the Associated Press reported Friday.

"We are ready for discussions on this subject," he added. 

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