“It would be a great thing to have a good relationship with Russia, Trump said”

PDT is afraid of nothing. Here they are, out to railroad his presidency because of some alleged form of pre-election collaboration with Putin and Russia, and here he is, just yesterday, collaborating with Putin and the Russians: Putin and Trump talk Syria, election meddling at brief meeting. The US and Russia working together against a common enemy works for me, and apparently for them as well.

U.S. President Donald Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin agreed a statement on Syria during a brief meeting at a summit in Vietnam on Saturday and Putin again dismissed allegations of meddling in last year’s U.S. election.

And walking into the media-Democrat Lion’s den, this is how the article ends.

“It would be a great thing to have a good relationship with Russia,” Trump said.

It would indeed. It would be great if the relationship between Russia and the United States could somehow be reset. It would be a true benefit if the President could have more flexibility now that the election is over, if you know what I mean, which no Democrat following the party line ever would.

And then there’s this, in late-breaking news: South Korea, China agree to manage North Korea issue peacefully, in stable manner. It would be great to have a good relationship with China too.

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37 Responses to “It would be a great thing to have a good relationship with Russia, Trump said”

  1. Zatara

    That smoke you smell is coming from the servers of the MSM as all of them try to delete those headline stories every single one seemed to sport yesterday accusing Trump of avoiding, cancelling or otherwise blowing off meeting Putin while in Vietnam.

    Winning doesn’t suck.

  2. NB

    Popcorn moment as Trump shows the left and msm their irrelevance, and, more important, their irrationality. MSM can find no positives in the Asia tour, and everything that is said suggests they and their political arm would have just let Nth Korea go along on its merry way, let China treat the US with deeper and deeper contempt, keep on pretending to hate Putin, keep on in complex and unsuitable trade deals, etc., etc., etc.

  3. BorisG

    I see you take Russian and Chinese dictators at their word.

    Reminds me how GWBush looked Putin in the eyes and ‘found him to be very straightforward and trustworthy’.

  4. OneWorldGovernment

    BorisG
    #2550226, posted on November 12, 2017 at 3:22 am

    I see you take Russian and Chinese dictators at their word.

    Reminds me how GWBush looked Putin in the eyes and ‘found him to be very straightforward and trustworthy’.

    No more than I take you at ‘your word’.

  5. OneWorldGovernment

    The fact is BorisG if Mueller cannot come up with something very shortly then he can be accused of being a traitor to America who is trying to foment insurrection.

  6. BorisG

    The fact is BorisG if Mueller cannot come up with something very shortly then he can be accused of being a traitor to America who is trying to foment insurrection.

    I don’t think reasonable people have any doubts that Putin’s security services tried to interfere with the US election. Whether Trump’s campaign was in any way complicit in it (and if it did, was Trump personally implicated), remains to be seen.

    And btw, as one elderly American told me last month, the wheels of justice turn slowly and Mueller is in no hurry. Based on his experience and intuition, he predicted the biggest wave of indictments around next May unless Mueller decides to wait until after the midterm elections. All hypothetical of course.

  7. OneWorldGovernment

    BorisG
    #2550232, posted on November 12, 2017 at 3:56 am

    The fact is BorisG if Mueller cannot come up with something very shortly then he can be accused of being a traitor to America who is trying to foment insurrection.

    I don’t think reasonable people have any doubts that Putin’s security services tried to interfere with the US election. Whether Trump’s campaign was in any way complicit in it (and if it did, was Trump personally implicated), remains to be seen.

    And btw, as one elderly American told me last month, the wheels of justice turn slowly and Mueller is in no hurry. Based on his experience and intuition, he predicted the biggest wave of indictments around next May unless Mueller decides to wait until after the midterm elections. All hypothetical of course.

    If that is the case then you have reinforced my point that Mueller is in fact an American Traitor and will go down in history as an American Traitor.

  8. OneWorldGovernment

    BorisG

    Lost among the crap of our Australian Section 44 debacle is how many countries influence Australia’s elections.

  9. entropy

    I don’t think reasonable people have any doubts that Putin’s security services tried to interfere with the US election. Whether Trump’s campaign was in any way complicit in it (and if it did, was Trump personally implicated), remains to be seen.

    How?

  10. Mark A

    entropy
    #2550248, posted on November 12, 2017 at 6:14 am

    I don’t think reasonable people have any doubts that Putin’s security services tried to interfere with the US election. Whether Trump’s campaign was in any way complicit in it (and if it did, was Trump personally implicated), remains to be seen.

    How?

    I keep asking this myself, no credible answer forthcoming.
    Where voting machines were used, they were standalone machines, not connected to to the net at all. Unless a Russian guy was sitting inside one of them?

    Also Hillary spent 3 times more on ads as Trump did so even if, IF he did get russian money what difference did it make?
    Sore losers as far as I’m concerned, and they were so sure of themselves to win, that’s why it hurts so much more.

  11. As Ike warned, and JFK realised, the military-industrial complex, as well as the Council of Foreign Relations and the Tri-lateral Commission have been very successful in creating distrust among nations, as it leads to a constant state of war; cold or otherwise.
    Complicit in the achievement of this goal, knowingly or not, the MSM is the tool used by the elite to convince every one of this us vs them attitude.
    If DJT can crush this nonsense once and for all, then he must be heaven-sent.

  12. Crossie

    Based on his experience and intuition, he predicted the biggest wave of indictments around next May unless Mueller decides to wait until after the midterm elections.

    If Mueller had anything on Trump he would have trumpeted it yesterday and certainly would not wait till after the midterms. That sort of consideration is only for Democrats.

  13. candy

    I tend to think the people who believe Putin controlled all the individual voting machines, or had control over people’s minds, also believe in the lizard people and witchcraft, that George Bush organised the death of 3000 people in 9/11 and the moon landing was faked.

  14. Mark M

    That Russian mind-control was mighty strong …

    Hillary Clinton so far ahead in polls that she ‘doesn’t even think about’ Donald Trump anymore 

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2016/10/23/hillary-clinton-so-far-ahead-in-polls-that-doesnt-even-think-abo/

    For those who don’t like Trump, here is a reminder of who could have been president.

  15. egg_

    Wussia! Wussia! Wussia!

    What happened to ‘Pissgate’?

  16. Norman Church

    Just can’t seem to get my head to occupy a space where Trump Derangement Syndrome can take hold. Pity. It’s all the rage in polite company. Very useful as an icebreaker and for virtue signalling and moral posturing purposes.

  17. Faye

    Trump and Xi have been talking and organizing on the phone for months. Just recently Xi has announced huge changes in China’s governing pattern. He is now No. 1, in charge, not the Communist Party. This makes it easy to work with Trump for the good of the world and their own countries.
    Also notice Saudi Arabia cleaning out its corruption on high – Royals and top dogs arrested. Again, that’s Trump’s influence. He has made four incredible speeches so far in Japan, South Korea, China and Vietnam. His last stop will be the Philippines.
    Don’t hold your breath waiting to be informed by the MSM. Has there ever been (before Trump) such collusion by the media to kill off an American President?

  18. Viva

    How

    The Dems accuse the Russians of hacking the DNCs emails and leaking via wikileaks

  19. Jo Smyth

    Praise be for the Internet and other sources of communication. If we had to rely on the ABC and the left wing MSM, as the likes Boris G and Monty do, we would still be living in their own little world of fantasy and misinformation.

  20. Tel

    I don’t think reasonable people have any doubts that Putin’s security services tried to interfere with the US election.

    Because being reasonable about it, means never asking for the evidence to be put on the table.

  21. duncanm

    If it pans out, NK will be one of the greatest political victories of our time.

    Not that the MSM/ABC will notice.

  22. Kneel

    “The Dems accuse the Russians of hacking the DNCs emails and leaking via wikileaks”

    Yes, Odd, isn’t it?
    I mean, if the GOP had it’s emails leaked to WikiLeaks, the Dems would say that it doesn’t matter how they got out, and anyway how can you trust them when they can’t even keep their own internal emails secure?
    If the GOP – or any member thereof and most especially DT – had done a back room deal to rig the primaries by threatening to withhold around half their funding, and such funding was in any way “murky” in origin, imagine the kerfuffle in the MSM! Opinion and editorials that don’t stop, front page lead stories. Demands for inquiries into funding. Demands for prosecutions etc etc.
    Yet when the Dems and Hillbillary do these things… crickets! Or, at best, 1 column inch on page 57, tucked between advertorials and the comics, with a 14pt headline about “irregularities” being “alleged” and no follow-up – ever.

  23. Makcolm

    PDT – pacific daylight time?

  24. Kneel

    “Because being reasonable about it, means never asking for the evidence to be put on the table.”

    Of course they tried.
    So what? Isn’t Obama saying they support “regime change” in some country “trying to influence” a political outcome? Why wouldn’t they / shouldn’t they – anyone – look to their own best interests and promote who they think is best for them/their country? Happens all the time and only US Democrats are ignorant, stupid and arrogant enough to believe it shouldn’t happen to them, while being duplicitous and hypocritical enough to continue doing it themselves.

    The real questions are:

    1) Did any politician arrange to assist them and therefor gain advantage? No evidence of this has surfaced – at least, only against Hillbillary (“pay to play”, Uranium1), and it has so far been ignored;

    2) Did anyone distort the voting itself (changed counts etc)? Again, no evidence of this has surfaced.

    Storm in a tea cup, if you ask me.

  25. Up The Workers!

    All this “Wussia, Wussia, Wussia,” gillarding is just another attempt to have everybody ‘look over there’ so they don’t notice the Leftard Harvey Clintonsteins or Harvey Shortensteins of the world and their distinctly “progressive” casting couch antics.

    No wonder that every time another Union boss crook thieves another swag of millions in Union funds, its straight off to the nearest “progressive” Knock-Shop/Gonorrhea Dispensary to splash the members’ cash.

    Join the Union!
    Pay your dues!
    The Knock-shops of the world need your cash!

  26. BorisG

    My understanding is that Russians were meddling in the election by hacking and spreading information and misinformation. Apparently for both sides. whether this has effected the outcome of the election, it is not the point, and I never said it did.

  27. BorisG

    I meant to say affected. Hate these kinds of typos.

  28. The DNC leaks aren’t the problem. It’s just as likely that Seth Rich took the files and gave them to Wiki. The man was a patriot by all accounts. All it did was cause problems for the Democrats.
    The real problem was and is Hillary’s bathroom server and all the classified info on it. Just about every foreign government, including the Chinese, Russians and Israelis would have accessed that server as well as her local store bought phones (thems the ones she smashed with hammers)

    So ask yourself this. If you are Putin or Xi or Netanyahu, who would you want to be negotiating with, Hillary or a man who has no skeletons in the closet and doesn’t owe anyone?

    The Russian meme is a distraction, nothing more.

  29. If you still believe Trump colluded with Putin or Russia hacked the election, here you go.

    The *ACTUAL* 2016 FBI Report on “Russian Hacking” Does Not Show What Media Claim It Does…

    https://theconservativetreehouse.com/2017/11/11/the-actual-2016-fbi-report-on-russian-hacking-does-not-show-what-media-claim-it-does/#more-141315

  30. Snoopy

    TheirABC:

    New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has said she will again discuss the stand-off on Manus Island with Malcolm Turnbull when the two leaders meet at the East Asia Summit in the Philippines this week.

    “I have pursued this issue from New Zealand’s perspective,” she told a media conference at the APEC Summit in Vietnam.

    “We see that we have a role to play here, we’re very eager to play that role and as I say I’ll be having another conversation with the Prime Minister in the Philippines.”

    If Turnbull gives in to the plank-toothed Stalinist the Libs will be annihilated.

  31. BorisG

    A Ukrainian propaganda website is your proof?

    This is no proof at all, just speculation. However the guy, Yuri Felshtinsky has nothing to do with Ukraine. I know him personally. He is a Russian-American who lives in Boston. I kknow him personally, although we don’t always agree. He fled USSR in 1980s and is an author of many books on 20th century history.

  32. candy

    My understanding is that Russians were meddling in the election by hacking and spreading information and misinformation

    Boris, would that be in the Russian language or English, and would your average American be able to access it and read it. Would they even that about these things?
    After all, if we are talking Russians influencing the voting, which is what Ms Clinton said, then the average voter must have read something somewhere and been influenced when they went into the voting cubicle?

  33. BorisG

    After all, if we are talking Russians influencing the voting, which is what Ms Clinton said, then the average voter must have read something somewhere and been influenced when they went into the voting cubicle?

    I am not a Clinton supporter nor can I subscribe to everything she or he says. But you can try to influence elections in many ways. For instance you can give one candidate information hacked from another candidate’s confidential information, to use either as campaign material or to help with the campaign strategy.

    the issue (at least for me) is not whether it worked but whether it was attempted.

  34. mh

    Maybe Hillary should have tried campaigning in the swing states.

    Give it a go in 2020, Hillary. hehe

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