President Trump is scheduled to meet with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Paris in November, which will be the second meeting between the two world leaders during Trump's first two years in office.

National security adviser John Bolton confirmed the meeting to reporters Tuesday, which will be held around the Nov. 11 World War I celebrations. Bolton said Tuesday that Putin told him he planned to continue direct diplomatic discussions with Trump and that he planned to meet with Trump while he was in Paris.

The president and Putin were already planning to be in Paris around Nov. 11 to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the end of WWI.

Trump and Putin last met in Helsinki, Finland, in July. Trump was criticized then for not taking a harder line against Putin for Russia's attempts to meddle in the 2016 presidential election while standing next to him.

Republicans in the House and Senate put out statements of condemnation immediately following the Helsinki press conference that said Trump for looked weak, and that they support special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election.

Bolton said Tuesday that he spoke with Putin about election meddling and pointed out to him why it is harmful to the U.S.

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