From Russia With Love: The Putin-trump Affair

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  1. Amie Ar

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    Trump says: "Lets make America great again!"

    Or maybe, its really should be: 'Lets make America great with Russia!

    There were theories or should I say rumors that a hot nuclear romance is brewing between US presidential candidate Donald Trump and Russia's Vladimir Putin. The affair seems to cover from Trump's New York high rise estates to Vladimir Putin's Moscow aboard a rocket hot machinery.
    Although the two have no solid engagement yet with each other, endearing words have somehow been accorded to each other. In one interview, Trump was quoted telling that, he thinks he would get along very well with Putin. Putin on the other hand have expressed by calling Trump “a bright and talented person without any doubt … an outstanding and talented personality.”

    For one thing, the affair they can make a common denominator that can really make seal it with a kiss with Trump having a personal linguist translator in the person of his wife Melania who can communicate easily having known 5 international languages: Slovenian, English, French, Serbian and German. Adding Russian will be an easy assignment for her to complete her role as Trump's personal Foreign Relations Secretary.

    What do you think, will the Putin-Trump affair make America great with Russia?

    Can Hillary's hacked emails reveal more? :eek:

    What do you think?
     
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  2. Ike Willis

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    Gotta admit, I like Russia. No, I don't like communism, and no, I wouldn't blindly trust Russia with any government secrets. But, the country itself is so huge, beautiful and full of resources.
    Perhaps it's the Slav in me, but I feel a kind of distant cousin kinship with Russians. It would be great if the USA and Russia could work together better. We both could accomplish so much good. I don't see that happening with Hillary.
     
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    I would vote for Putin before I would vote for Hillary. He is less a threat to ur country than she is.
     
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    Well, it certainly appear that some of you who live in other countries see the most ridiculous "news stories" that are put out by the liberal writers and news media. No wonder so many countries have such a jaded view of our elections if this is the kind of supposed news article that is shown overseas.

    But to address the question here, regarding the future relationship between the soverign countries of Russia and the USA, the question being "do we want to have a peaceful relationship with Russia or do we want a dvastating war between the two countries" ............ The simple and easy answer is that (of course) we want peace.
    A war with Russia would not only be devastating to both countries involved; but it would also affect many other countries in the world.
    It is no secret that President Vladimir Putin has NO regard for our current president, or for his pathetic lack of leadership abilities.
    And Hillary ? Bobby and I still talk about the look of utter disbelief on Putin's face when Secretary of State Hillary Clinton handed Putin a little box with a red button on it, and announced that they were going to "press the Reset Button".
    Seriously ? ?
    This is Clinton's idea of diplomacy ?
    Since the whole "pushing the reset button" was on worldwide news, and Putin is ever the gentleman, he (after his look of shock and disbelief) kindly played along with Hillary's little game, and they pushed the button together.

    I am sure that President Putin is ready for an adult level of interaction with someone from the United States, and Donald Trump certainly seems like the best choice that could possibly be.
    Even the alternative news media has a better story about this than the liberal press does.

    http://www.whatdoesitmean.com/index2078.htm
     
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  5. Martin Alonzo

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    Hillary is in so much trouble that they are looking for some one to blame instead of saying are they true. Next she will be blaming the devil
     
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    I'd be more concerned about what Hillary might sell to the Russians than about any jokes that Trump might make about them. Clearly, Trump's comment about Russia turning over Hillary's emails was a joke, and I can't imagine anyone who actually heard it believing otherwise.


    Otherwise, I think that Russia is a natural ally for us. I wouldn't trust them but then, I don't think we should blindly trust any of our allies. However, there's no reason to believe that Russia has to be an enemy, and I think they'd be a more natural ally to us than, let's say Saudi Arabia, Turkey, or China.
     
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    She has already sold them a large amount of US uranium in return for paying Bill $$$$ for a short speech.
     
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    Oh well, it seems the lighter side of the news were not really meant to be how it was and again the online publications were selling like hotcakes! ;)
    Boy oh boy! I sure am glad I am not a citizen to vote this coming November for it really would be quite a tough decision to make.
     
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    @Amie Ar for sane free-thinkers the choice is easy.
     
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    I bet it will be for you ma'am. ;) I'll just be saying great wishes and hope for the best!:)
     
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    Ha ha! That imagine is not a pleasant one. :O

    I am a Republican, and I do not like Trump. I truly have to say that I do not know what to do. This election season has been the most confusing and disconcerting of my life. Or perhaps I am just getting more and more tired of politics the longer I live? But I don't think it is just that. Surely I'm not the only one, on either side, who is really struggling to feel supportive of any candidate?
     
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    Donald Trump displays "an adult level of interaction"? Really???
    :D:D:D
     
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    I am the same, but I can't vote for Hillary. She's ruthless and power hungry and her speech was so fake last night.
    Trumps style doesn't appeal to me but it's time for a change.
     
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    Putin wоuld bе bеyоnd еxсitеd fоr а Trump prеsidеnсy; think аbоut it. Trump wоuld lеаd thе US dоwn а dаrk-pаth, аliеnаtе us frоm trаditiоnаl аlliеs, dividе thе соuntry (inсluding еvеn dividing thе Rеpubliсаn Pаrty), еtс. thеrеfоrе Putin isn't trоlling, hе knоws еxасtly whаt hаppеns with а Trump prеsidеnсy аnd it mаkеs him vеry, vеry hаppy!
     
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  15. Frank Sanoica

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    Remaining out of the fray is likely a wise decision. Who do you vote for, generally, in the jurisdiction within which you do vote?
     
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