Donald J Trump believes that Hillary Clinton isn’t being nice to Russia. He said that if he does win the election, he would even meet Vladimir V. Putin before swearing into office. Trump disclosed this to Michael Savage, the conservative radio host who has admitted that mainstream media has been trying to sabotage his campaign.
Trump told Savage that Obama and Hillary Clinton are being way too aggressive towards Putin. He said, “They insult him constantly — I mean, no wonder he can’t stand Obama and Hillary Clinton.” Trump believes this to be a “very serious problem.” He added, “It is the worst situation that we’ve had with Russia since the end of the Cold War.”
A Helping Hand
He believes that Russia could be helpful in fighting the Islamic State, and with the way she and Obama are talking, they are never going to help us. He explained that Putin doesn’t respect Obama and he doesn’t like him. Trump argued that it could be very bad for the U.S. He expressed that if he were to win the presidency, then Putin and Trump would meet before starting up the administration.
Democrats disagree with Trump particularly with Russia. They think he likes Putin more than Obama and they don’t like him because of it. Trump denied many times that he has any business going on with Russia. He has refused to recognize the fact that the US CIA found the hacking of the DNC emails to be the handy-work of the Russian hackers.
A few months ago, the Kremlin was believed to lead a damaging email hacking against the Democratic party. Donald Trump gets along well with Russia, so Hillary and her people immediately threw the blame on Trump and Russia. They accused Donald Trump for organizing this attack to help him win the presidency. However, she is still on the top despite all the dirt uncovered through that hacking.
The Russian Endorsement
By default, Clinton and Obama don’t like Putin. To add more fuel to the flame, Putin just endorsed Trump for President. Russia’s biggest concern right now is fighting ISIS and the U.S. clearly isn’t ready to handle the situation. Putin sees the American president as weak and pathetic. So, at a recent press conference, Putin said, “[Donald Trump is] a really brilliant and talented person, without any doubt. It’s not our job to judge his qualities, that’s a job for American voters, but he’s the absolute leader in the presidential race. He says he wants to move on to a new, more substantial relationship, a deeper relationship with Russia, how can we not welcome that? Of course we welcome that.”
Hillary Clinton and President Obama are, needless to say, unhappy about this. However, if Trump is to be the next President, it’s not about making people happy. It’s about making progress. Progress in the war against ISIS. Progress in making useful relations with foreign countries who may be helpful to us in the future.