“Long before I got here President Obama allowed that to happen, that was under his watch, not my watch,” Trump told reporters during last week's NATO summit. “What will happen with Crimea from this point on? That, I can’t tell you.”
Trump's testy attitude toward NATO allies raised eyebrows ahead of his summit with Putin, as the alliance seeks to defend Baltic states bordering Russia.
"I go in with very low expectations. I think that getting along with Russia is a good thing. But it's possible we won't," Trump told CBS News ahead of the meeting.