Obama ‘Appeared Isolated in St. Petersburg’ at G20 Summit

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President Barack Obama “appeared isolated” in St. Petersburg, Russia on Friday at the Group of Twenty (G20) summit over his desire to launch a strike on Syria, Reuters reports.

Obama and Russian President Vladimir Putin squared off during a 20-minute one-on-one talk Friday.

“We hear one another, and understand the arguments but we don’t agree. I don’t agree with his arguments, he doesn’t agree with mine. But we hear them, try to analyze them,” said Putin.

China’s Xi Jinping also stood with Putin in opposing Obama’s desire to strike Syria, an action a majority of Americans do not support.



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