Putin Wants to Meet Trump! Adviser Requests Meeting


At a time when President Trump is inviting many world leaders to visit the US and wining and dining them at the White House or Mar-a-Lago there seems to be one prominent world leader missing. Vladimir Putin.

Well, apparently Vlad has taken notice of this and actually put the word out that he wants to meet with Trump! How about that!

At a time when the media and Democrats want to make out the Russians to be the biggest enemy of the United States, Vladimir Putin actually seems like he wants to foster a better relationship. Wow, how times have changed! For decades the Democrats have been in love with the Russians and their Communist ways. But now they view Russia and Putin as a foil to attach Trump.

Russian President Vladimir Putin Sunday extended an invitation to meet with President Trump through a spokesman who emphasized the need to build a relationship between the two nations.

Putin adviser Dmitry Peskov said on ABC’s “This Week” with George Stephanopoulos that Trump and the Russian president should “meet each other and exchange views” in order to build a relationship between the two nations.

He said this just moments after Trump’s ambassador to the United Nations, Nikki Haley, said she does not trust Putin and that “there’s no love” in the relationship between the U.S. and Russia. – Read More at the Washington Examiner

So do you really think Trump ‘colluded’ with the Russians to win the election over Hillary Clinton? If you believe that you are not working with a full deck of cards. What a stupid notion that somehow Trump could have his people talk to Putin’s people and it would change the results of our election.

There are many reasons Hillary Clinton lost including that people don’t like her, people know she is a liar, people know the Clinton’s made their money from political influence, and that they are sick and tired of phony politicians.

Feature image by of Russian President Vladimir Putin and adviser Dmitry Peskov by Sergey Guneev/Sputnik

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