"We have to be careful, like two loving hedgehogs. When two hedgehogs hug each other, you have to be careful that there will be no scratches," the European Commission president said.
The two Korean leaders said they had "agreed on a way to achieve denuclearization."
"Strengthening Russia as an independent international player does not give rest to our NATO colleagues," Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu said.
"The fact that 80 percent of Republicans think that he behaved OK, gave him the stamp of approval," said Donny Deutsch. "Shame on these pathetic, whimpering, little cowards."
Many Americans seem to be buying President Trump's anti-NATO—and often misleading—rhetoric.
"Even now, speaking to you, I am afraid to say anything positive about the American president," Russia's envoy to the U.S. told reporters in Moscow.
While the relationship between Trump and Putin is discussed, Netanyahu managed to drag the U.S. away from Russia and "the whole world."
Russian senators have thanked Trump, portraying him as a lone crusader who will "spit in the face" of Washington's past policies.
"I remain a proud conservative and Republican, but I resigned today…. I did so as a matter of conscience, and my sense of duty," Chris Gagin said.
Moscow's top diplomat traveled with the Russian delegation to Finland, and Trump's performance has delighted the Kremlin greatly.
Who came out on top?
Putin's Aurus Senat Kortezh was unveiled in May and has been seen alongside Trump's Beast limo in Helsinki.
The demonstration was done in conjunction with the Kallio church, according to a Greenpeace press release.
President Trump will meet Putin on Monday in Helsinki, Finland.
The Finnish capital is no stranger to high-stakes Moscow-Washington summits.
Trump boasted that the NATO leadership is very fond of him, but says Russia must be thinking "if we did like this guy, we made a big mistake."