Bolton said that would be impossible since the United States has no extradition treaty with Russian Federation.
"But I go in with low expectations, I'm not going in with high expectations", Trump said. "I think it's a disgrace what's going on". Russia's constitution also prohibits turning over citizens to foreign governments.
Asked to name the U.S.'s "biggest foe globally" in an interview conducted Saturday and aired Sunday on CBS's "Face the Nation", Trump first mentioned the European Union, adding that "we have a lot of foes".
Donald Trump's latest head-scratching statement comes from his interview with CBS News where he first described the European Union when asked to name the "biggest foe globally right now" for the United States. Allegations against Trump and the of Russian diplomats are believed to be on the main agenda of both leaders.
Earlier on Friday, President Trump said that he will "absolutely" ask his Russian counterpart about Moscow's alleged involvement in the USA presidential election. "Certainly, I'll be asking about it".
From aboard Air Force One, Trump complained in tweets that he wasn't getting enough credit for his meeting with Kim and railed that "Much of our news media is indeed the enemy of the people" as he headed to sit down with Putin.
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Bolton was scheduled to appear on CNN's "State of the Union" Sunday, but was pulled by White House officials on Saturday.
The Labour leader, Jeremy Corbyn, said the summit had been dominated by Trump's "erratic" statements and warned the government against allowing its policies to be "outsourced to the whims of Washington".
"A better relationship with the Russian government would benefit all, but the ball is in Russia's court", the top USA official wrote on Twitter, adding that he has already arrived in the Finnish capital.
Naming the Kremlin in his list, Trump said, "Russia's a foe in certain respects". "They want to do well and we want to do well".
"I think the president can put this on the table and say, 'This is a serious matter that we need to talk about, '" Bolton said.
Trump was personally briefed by US Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein shortly before leaving for his seven-day European trip, which caps off Monday in the Nordic capital with the one-on-one Putin summit.
"This answer by President Trump will be seen by Russian Federation as a sign of weakness and create far more problems than it solves", Graham wrote on Twitter.