Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin were speaking to reporters in Osaka, Japan, ahead of their first formal face-to-face meeting since a controversial high-profile summit in Helsinki last July.
"I have a lot of respect for him, he is a genius musician, we all enjoy his music, but I think he is mistaken", Putin said on Saturday during a press conference after the G20 Summit in the Japanese city of Osaka, according to the Russian news agency Interfax.
But added, "Some things do appear excessive to us..."
Apart from discussing the fate of the sailors, Putin and Trump showed mutual commitment to improving relations as they met at the G20 summit, with Trump calling it "a great honour" to meet his Russian counterpart.
"The quip was prompted by a reporter who asked President Trump if he planned to warn Russian Federation against involving itself in the next election".
Russian President Vladimir Putin has used a global summit founded on liberal ideas to attack them in a demonstration of Moscow's apparent confidence amid worldwide discord.
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But Trump, asked if he agreed with Putin, said the Russian leader "sees what's going on", before adding that U.S. cities San Francisco and Los Angeles are "sad" because they are run by an "extraordinary group of liberal people".
A US special counsel, Robert Mueller, spent two years investigating whether there were any ties between Trump's campaign and Moscow. "And we look forward to spending some very good time together". But listen, let us allow a person to grow up and become an adult first, and then decide who they are.
"This is a very, very promising thing, which is beginning to be perceived by all as a chance to establish a dialogue and prevent further escalation of tension, let alone the path of force in the development of events", the Russian Foreign Minister concluded.
In an open letter released by John's publicist, the iconic rock star takes issue with statements made by Putin in an interview with the Financial Times published today.
"[Liberals] can not simply dictate anything to anyone just like they have been attempting to do over the recent decades", he said.