After U.S. Intelligence Proves Russian Cyberattack, Trump All But Proposes Marriage To Putin (VIDEO)


Less than 24 hours after receiving a detailed top secret briefing from the heads of the U.S. intelligence community in which he was presented with hard evidence of the Russian government’s involvement in the 2016 cyberattacks, President-elect Donald Trump decided to go on Twitter to profess his undying love for Russia.

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So, after reviewing evidence gathered by the U.S. Intelligence community of Russia’s attack on U.S. national security, Trump decides to send Russian President Vladimir Putin and his cronies a series of love tweets in response to their proven attack on America.

Trump’s behavior is beyond unacceptable, and should be grounds for opening a serious inquiry into the full extent of Trump’s relationship with the Russian government and what if any information Putin may be holding over the president-elect’s head. Had the U.S. been hacked by Iran, China, or some other nation during a time when he didn’t stand to benefit from the crime personally, Trump would have been red-faced and jumping up and down while calling for a declaration of war.

But the Russian hacks helped him. And a good relationship with Russia is also good for his personal finances. So when Trump’s sworn in as the 45th President of the United States of America on January 20, Russia’s attack on the U.S. will be water under the bridge. Water that never really existed in his mind to begin with.

The U.S. cannot afford four years of having a dangerous fool with this mindset creating foreign and domestic policy. The stench of corruption emanating just from the concept of Trump’s future administration is so pungent that it’s starting to peel the paint off the White House before he even moves in.


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