What evidence is there of Trump being a puppet of Vladimir Putin and Russia?
Funny. Because Trumps foreign policy has been consistently against Russia's interests. Like bombing Syria a Russian ally. Pulling out of the Iran nuclear deal and sanctioning Iran who is Russia's best ally. That Trump has supplied Ukraine with lethal weapons that Obama withheld. We are on the opposite sides on North Korea and Venezuela. Tell me how you think Trump is working for Putin?.
- Christian SinnerLv 78 months agoFavorite Answer
It's just something that makes it into the Democrat Talking Points coming from Schumer's office, as I heard from a Democrat who received them. The Democrat activists are prone to mental suggestion from those on their news sources. They never question their leader AT ALL. So they carry a headline and cannot answer questions going deeper into the subject.
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- Anonymous8 months ago
So, we don't have any specific information of trump being a literal puppy, in the sense that he is taking specific orders from Moscow. That's what the Mueller report completed. They weren't able to find evidence of an actual agreement to cooperate between Trump and Russia. With that being said, the way that Trump is acting is virtually indistinguishable from how someone who was a Russian puppet would act.
Of people first began to suspect that Trump was a Russian puppet in the 2016 campaign. This included not only Trump's partisan opponents, but members of his own party such as Congressional leader Kevin McCarthy who commented in a private meeting that he thought that Putin must pay Trump. The reason that they begin to think this was really because of Trumps unusual Praise of Vladimir Putin. Trump gave the Russian leader, and Russia itself, an awful lot of Praise during the 2016 election. This set Trump apart from other politicians, particularly Republicans, who generally viewed Russia as an adversary at best. But Trump have the number of iconoclastic views that different from Republican Orthodoxy. What's more significant is that trumps treatment of Putin is completely different than how he treats every other world leader. With the possible exception of Benjamin Netanyahu, every other world leader besides Putin has come under withering scorn from Trump. What Trump can off and turn on the charm, such as when he's talked about falling in love with the North Korean dictator Kim oh, he has also subjected everyone from enemy leaders to close allies to the most extreme and vituperative scorn. With Putin it's completely different. I don't think that Trump has ever once criticized Putin. The closest that he's come is saying that Russia would make a mistake in pursuing some sort of action. Instead, Trump has offered extensive and lavish praise for Putin. It's all extremely unusual. Now, some of this may be explained by the fact that Trump was trying to get a major building project started in Russia. Trump conceal this from the American people during the 2016 election. Fact, he lied about it and said that he had no business in Russia. But Trump's bromance with Putin has continued during his presidency. He has repeatedly publicly taken Putin side against the Judgment of American intelligence agencies. It's all extremely unusual and leads people to think that Trump must have some sort of sinister relationship with Putin.
And it's not just his words. It's about Trump's actions. I'm virtually every issue of value to Russia, Trump has taken the Kremlin party line. Supporters who are trying to exculpate Trump laugh and point to a few things that they say proves he is a Russian puppet. One of these is the time that he bombed a Syrian base after Siri use chemical weapons. Since the syrians are Russian allies, the idea goes, this proves that Trump is in a Russian puppet. However, the bombing was rather minimal. It damaged few runways and they were repaired within days. This is hardly proof that Trump isn't acting in Russia's interest. At best, it shows that he's in imperfect to love the Russian dictator. You also point to the fact that Trump pulled America out of the Iran nuclear deal. However, interpreting this as being against Russia requires one to by the false conservative party line that the Iran nuclear deal was good for I ran in bad for the United States. Through the deal, Obama managed to get a ran to essentially abandoned its nuclear program. By pulling out of the deal, Trump did not stop Iran from having a nuclear weapon. Indeed, by violating the agreement first, he gave Iran a legal pretext to resume work on a nuclear bomb, something which they are now preparing to do. Trump also didn't get back any of the money which the deal gave to Iran, one of the primary criticisms that Republicans have had of it. So now, we live in sort of the worst of Both Worlds. Iran has all that money which has been stopped by sanctions and they now have a free hand to pursue a bomb. But things get worse. By precipitously pulling out of the nuclear agreement, and on false pretexts, Trump has damaged America's standing with our allies. This has made it more difficult for the US to renegotiate another deal. It also hurts American diplomatic efforts in general. Our allies will be less likely to trust us in the future. Also, enemies will be less likely to trust us in the future. Why should some country cut a deal like Iran did when some future president could just exit for no good reason? In diplomacy the only currency you have is your trustworthiness and Trump damaged that. Indeed, Trump's actions have only emboldened Duran. They are now in a more powerful position than they were when Trump took over. Another Russian Ally who is in a better position is Syrian dictator Bashar al-assad. Trump has repeatedly echoed Russian and Syrian propaganda about the Syrian Civil War. This has undermined the efforts of those trying to topple Assad. Trump also recently pulled almost all of our troops out of Syria, abandoning our Kurdish allies there who would set up a Proto state in the eastern part of the country. nice Kurdish Fighters are now looking to make it an alliance with the Assad government this is all to the benefit of Russia. So is the fact that turkey has move to take a stronger hand in Syria. The Turks are close with Russia and so they're renewed activity benefits Russia. All in all, the Trump era has feel weakening of American power in the Middle East and a strengthening of Russian and uranium power. You also argue that Trump can't be a Russian puppet because Trump is giving lethal Aid to Ukraine, something that Obama didn't do. However, it's more accurate to say that the u.s. is getting lethal Aid to Ukraine. Trump has always opposed the idea of arming Ukraine. In fact, in the 2016 Republican convention Donald Trump's team pushed for the removal of a plank in the GOP the platform that called for the arming of Ukraine in their war against Russia. This was the only plank of the platform that Trump took any interest in. that seems rather suspicious. Trump has opposed lethal Aid to Ukraine as president and it is only being delivered because a bipartisan, veto-proof, majority a Congress has supported it. When it comes to Ukraine, Trump has continued to Echo the Kremlin party line. For example, he has Justified the Russian invasion and annexation of Crimea. He's also routinely criticized Ukraine, something he doesn't do with Russia. You said that many ethnically Russian ukrainians want to be part of Russia. These are all things that Russia wants people to believe. Now Trump is promoting a pro-russian conspiracy theory which says that it was actually Ukraine and not Russia who hacked into the Democratic servers in 2016. as I've already said, I'm virtually any issue in the world of interest to Russia Trump can be counted on to take the position that most aligned with what the Kremlin wants. In many cases he uses Kremlin propaganda talking points word for word. Now, we don't know if this is because Trump is literally a Russian asset, being run by handlers and Russia, or if he's just an idiot who is
- RickLv 78 months ago
EVIDENCE ???? WE DON'T NEED NO STINKIN' EVIDENCE !!!!!
- Anonymous8 months ago
Trump is trying to undermine NATO and other western alliances like the EU. A dream come true for Putin. PLUS, he is taking Putin's side re Ukraine. AND he pulled our troops out of Syria and left everything for Putin.
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- MannyLv 68 months ago
LOL, because pulling out of Syria and saying it can be Russia, China, or whoever's problem is counterintuitive to Russian interest. Same with shredding the INF Treaty, which prevented us from developing our nuclear programs for around three decades. McConnell also refusing to enact more cyber security measures also hurts Russia, LOL.Source(s): Oh, wow, just because Trump arms the Ukrainians with Javelins totally thwarts Russian interests, regardless of the fact that Putin has killed more of his own people than the Ukrainians ever did with American weapons, LOL.
- Anonymous8 months ago
Absolutely none. The claim that Trump is a Russian asset is a conspiracy theory that's been debunked by the Mueller report.
- MandyLv 68 months ago
Only how he defers to Putin and how he takes Putin’s word in everything. Even when it is shown that Putin is lying.
- Anonymous8 months ago
It’s not just one thing, its everything. The stuff he is not doing...
- Anonymous8 months ago
“They said they think it’s Russia,” Mr. Trump said. “I have President Putin; he just said it’s not Russia,” the president continued, only moments after Mr. Putin conceded that he had wanted Mr. Trump to win the election because of his promises of warmer relations with Moscow.
“I will say this: I don’t see any reason why it would be” Russia that was responsible for the election hacking, Mr. Trump added. “President Putin was extremely strong and powerful in his denial today.”
- The Football GodLv 78 months ago
Obviously you're using facts against late night talk show humor portrayed as accurate facts in the liberal media.