Discussion in 'Latest Political News and Current Events' started by NinaS, Mar 20, 2018.
Horseshit, you lying hypocrite, We knew Putin was a low-life, murdering, demigod long before 2012.
Dictator after he croaks....................ROTFLMFAO
that changes what I posted exactly how?
So you're saying your beloved boy O DIDN'T call Putin?
Jesus Christ wants NOTHING to do with your hate.
Then why doesn't Trump condemn his shit?
Why would jack want to come to your house?
Why didn't Obama?
Clinton's have as well and you still voted for both..........
You're love for Kim Un was clear when you posted his "Dotard" word and UN is shorter than you
So why doesn't the GOP criticize Trump ?????? HYPOCRISY X 3 Rubio.....Rubio.....Bueller ....
REPUBLICANS CRITICIZE OBAMA FOR TALKING TO PUTIN
BY JACK MARTINEZ ON 9/28/15 AT 4:32 PM
Vladimir Putin and President Barack Obama speak during a luncheon at the United Nations on September 28. Obama has been criticized by his GOP opponents for meeting with the Russian president.KEVIN LAMARQUE/REUTERS
U.S.VLADIMIR PUTINSYRIAISISPRESIDENT OBAMAMARCO RUBIO2016 PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN
President Barack Obama and Russian President Vladimir Putin exchanged subtle barbs in speeches before the U.N. General Assembly ahead of a one-on-one meeting in New York Monday evening.
Before sitting down with Putin, Obama was also being criticized by key GOP leaders, who accused him of playing into the Kremlin’s hands.
Senator Marco Rubio told NPR news early Monday morning that if he was president, “I’m not sure we would meet with [Putin]” or Iranian leaders. Rubio, a presidential candidate and Republican establishment favorite, received praise for his performance in the second GOP presidential debate, during which he said that the United States needed to take a tougher approach to Russia. Obama and Putin have not met since 2014, when Russia escalated its involvement in Ukraine by supplying weapons to pro-Russian separatist forces.
“Here’s the argument the Russians are making: The United States broke the Middle East,” Rubio told NPR. He faulted the Obama administration for leaving a power vacuum in Iraq by withdrawing U.S. troops in 2011, attributing the rise of ISIS and the destabilizing Syrian civil war to Obama’s foreign policy. In the absence of a strong American military presence, Rubio said, regional powers would continue to look to Russia for help.
“He has in fact strengthened Putin’s hand” by leaving Iraq destabilized, Rubio claimed.
The perception that Obama has rolled out the red carpet for Putin is a key part of Republican candidates’ complaints about current U.S. foreign policy, as Jeb Bush noted on Twitter:
Obama allows Russia & Iran more influence in Syria & Iraq. Not good for US, Israel, or our moderate Muslim partners http://wapo.st/1Lfn6gA
6:13 PM - Sep 27, 2015
Russia’s move into Syria upends U.S. plans
Even the limited deployment of Russian troops could decisively shift the battlefield in Assad’s favor.
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Obama told the U.N. General Assembly that the U.S. is willing to cooperate with any country in order to defeat terrorists like ISIS. But in the estimation of the president’s critics, talking with Putin as Russia attempts to exert greater influence over the Middle East is tantamount to waving the white flag.
Senator John McCain put out a statement declaring Obama’s meeting with Putin “misguided” and “unnecessary,” adding that the meeting would “legitimize” Russian actions in Syria. McCain lost to Obama in the 2008 presidential election in no small part because the two differed on the unpopular Iraq War, with the latter favoring an end to the American occupation. Current Republican candidates—the hawkish Lindsey Graham excepted—have been reluctant to directly suggest putting more American boots on the ground to defeat ISIS and re-stabilize Syria.
There is no room for accommodating an “apocalyptic cult” like ISIS, Obama told the General Assembly.
Iraq recently declared its intention to share intelligence with Iran, Russia and Syria in combating ISIS. Regional governments appear to be united against the common enemy, though going around the U.S.’s back rarely sits well with American leaders.
The multilateral Iran nuclear deal also looms over the General Assembly session. Rubio called the Iran nuclear deal “apocalyptic,” while former Vice President Dick Cheney labeled it “madness.” In the second GOP presidential debate, the candidates seemed to agree that Obama’s foreign policy had made the world a dangerous place while increasing the chances of an attack on American soil.
As Donald Trump put it, “Do you feel safe?” Heading into the election season, the eventual Republican nominee will benefit if the American people answer no.
In his General Assembly speech, Obama made a pre-emptive strike at his Iran deal opponents, saying that a distrust of the international order has infected democracy in America, producing domestic political gridlock and “a notion of strength that is defined by opposition to old enemies, perceived adversaries.”
“We see an argument made that the only strength that matters for the United States is bellicose words and show of military force...that cooperation and diplomacy will not work,” he said.
Report: Aides Told Trump Not to Congratulate Putin on Election Victory
President Donald Trump’s top advisers reportedly warned him against congratulating Russian President Vladimir Putin for winning re-election, with aides writing in all capital letters: “DO NOT CONGRATULATE.” The two leaders spoke by phone on Tuesday, the White House and the Kremlin said. Aides also requested that Trump mention the nerve-agent attack on a former Russian spy in the United Kingdom, which the U.S. and its allies have blamed on Russia. Trump did not mention the attack and did congratulate Putin. His congratulatory message drew rebukes on Capitol Hill, with Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) saying Trump “insulted” the Russian people for congratulating Putin on winning a “sham” election.
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GOP - Obama calls Putin BADDDDDDDD
GOP - Trump calls Putin - nothing to see here................crickets.....crickets........
Glad to see things don't change on here or at D.C.
useless as tits on boar hogs
THAT took you all day to come up with? Wow!
I even bold-faced it for you:
Yet with President Obama reportedly calling to congratulate Putin, apparently the White House isn't too concerned with the fraudulent election--or even its worrisome outcome.
Same guy, Putin.
And the election was KNOWN to be fraudulent.
And then, against advice, he called to congratulate.
You have absolutely no clever response to the same situation, so you decided a blasphemy and a 6 year time frame made you look good??
You were better off staying out of the thread once the wheels came off huh?
Obama did the same thing to his state senate Opponent.
I have better things to do than sit here "ALL DAY" and answer your bullshit. Yeah...it was 2012. This is NOW and Trump is still kissing Putin's patootie.
Diplomatically the smart thing to do, Russia has more nukes than us, a great reason to have good relations.
Yep....in his briefings they always get before making a call to leaders of other Nations, they are given a list of what to say and not to say. Trump had to kiss Putin's ass because of his help in the 2016 election and probably in the next few electioins. They also told Trump to say something to Putin about the attacks in UK on his own people. Nah...Trump didn't want to do that. His butt buddy might get mad at him.
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