Transcript for President Obama Stands by His Decision to Strike a Deal With the Taliban
The president meanwhile overseas and not backing down on the deal that brought bergdahl home. The president in parse this evening where there is a dabs surrounding the dinners as the world leaders mark the anniversary of d-day. And Putin making head lanes with his own remarks about Hillary Clinton. Smiling when she was secretary of state. What does he really think about her? ABC's Jonathan Karl traveling with the president in Paris tonight. Reporter: President Obama is here tonight, on the eve of the big d-day commemoration and so is Vladimir Putin. The two butting heads over Ukraine and while there is so meeting on the schedule -- I have no doubt that I'll see Mr. Putin and he and I have always had a businesslike relationship. Reporter: Businesslike? By working together. Reporter: Obama's last few meetings with Putin have been aye cold and Putin has managed to toss insults Hillary Clinton in an interview. On French TV. Reporter: " It's better not to argue with women," Putin said, calling Mrs. Clinton weak and oddly adding, "Maybe weakness is not the worst quality for a woman." To keep Obama and Putin apart tonight, French president Hollande had two separate dinners in Paris. First with Obama and then later with Putin. That's right -- two diners but tomorrow, a meeting is inevitable. Senior white house officials telling me they don't expect anything but a question it conversation.
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