A US official says the translator in President Trump's one-on-one with Russian President Vladimir Putin will likely be debriefed, at least informally, by other US officials about some of what took place in the meeting.
The official said this was not unusual practice for one-on-one meetings, but after Trump's performance at the press conference the contents of that session are gaining greater scrutiny.
The translator's main focus in the meeting is to translate the leaders' words, not to take notes for posterity, so her accounting of the meeting is not considered an official record.
About the translator: Marina Gross has previously translated for the State Department and other government entities. She accompanied first lady Laura Bush to Sochi, Russia, in 2008.