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WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump says U.S. relations with Russia “may be at an all-time low.” His top diplomat has offered a similarly grim assessment from the other side of the globe after meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Moscow.

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During a White House news conference Wednesday, Trump said flatly: “Right now we’re not getting along with Russia at all.” It was stark evidence the president is moving ever further from his campaign promises to establish better ties with Moscow.

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Only weeks ago, it appeared that Trump, who praised Putin throughout the U.S. election campaign, was poised for a potentially historic rapprochement with Russia. But any such expectations have crashed into reality amid the nasty back-and-forth over Syria and ongoing U.S. investigations into Russia’s alleged interference in America’s U.S. presidential election.

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