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Trump Dismisses Russian Interference Indictments in Presser with Putin
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7/17/2018 | 6:56:40 AM
On this one, wrong wrong wrong
Trump was so wrong on this call - reminds me of FDR at Yalta (for those who read history).  Putin is evil and a disturber of the peace.  Russia interfered in the election JUST TO CAUSE HELL for everybody to the benefit of Russia.  Putin is not good and old crazy McCain had it right when he said his roots of KGB.  Trump was rolled by a master of political theatre or just has never met a truly evil man.  They are few and far between but watch out for them.  (Hitler, Stalin, Pol Pot, Castro - etc).    They are are not "businessmen" at a table making a deal. 


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