The go-to excuse for the Democrats after losing the 2016 election is “Russia collusion.”
Without any evidence, they try to claim that President Trump colluded with Russia to win the election.
But they might have to stop doing that after Trump exposed the real Russia scandal, which is terrible news for Obama.
For the past two years, a day hasn’t gone by that the Democrats haven’t complained about Russia collusion in the 2016 election. With virtually no evidence to link President Donald Trump to any collusion, they have continually claimed that he is complicit.
But while there is virtually no evidence linking President Trump to Russia collusion, there is clear evidence that Barack Obama was aware of election collusion with Russia while he was President.
President Trump has refused to be silent on this connection. In a recent interview with Bret Baier of Fox News, Trump laid out the fact that President Obama was made aware of possible collusion during the 2016 election by the FBI, yet he refused to do anything about it.
Trump also laid out his argument that Russian President Vladimir Putin didn’t respect the former administration, and how that may have been a factor in him ignoring reports of collusion.
“He didn’t respect it–but this wasn’t me,” Trump said. “People say look say look what he did. He did it to Obama. Obama should not have allowed that to happen, even with the voter stuff. Supposedly the FBI went to Obama, they told him about it, he didn’t do anything about it.”
President Trump was being asked about the recent G7 summit, which was previously known as the G8 summit until Russia was kicked out of the summit. The summit is made as a platform for world leaders to meet and discuss important issues facing the world.
Russia was removed from the summit in 2014 after facing scrutiny in their attempt to annex Crimea. President Trump is in favor of inviting Russia back to the summit, which has drawn him criticism.
Trump believes Russia should be allowed back into the conference for the simple reason that they are a major part of the discussion. The President estimates they spent upwards of 25 percent of their time at the summit talking about Russia and that it would be better if they were in attendance to partake in those discussions.
This is a shining example of Donald Trump’s diplomacy compared to that of former President Obama. In dealing with North Korea, Trump has found that communication and respect is a better solution than constant threats of war.
Trump feels the same way when it comes to Russia. He is interested in Russia, who is a major world leader, having a place at the table for discussion.
As seen with North Korea, as soon as there is talk, there is a much smaller threat of violence. President Donald Trump is a leader who is respected by those who he talks to, and would very likely find respect even from Russian leader Vladimir Putin, whom he has quarreled with throughout his presidency.
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