Trump Wins and Putin is Pleased

A pending war vs Russia was a major concern when it appeared Hillary was set to be president. Since Trump wins, Putin is in a very different mindset.

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Republican candidate Donald Trump’s ascension to the White House has sent shock waves around the world. But it appears to have pleased one leader in particular — Russian President Vladimir Putin.

Within hours of Trump’s victory speech, Putin congratulated the president-elect and flagged Moscow’s willingness to restore ties fully with its old Cold War foe, currently at loggerheads over the Syria conflict.

Russia featured heavily in a heated campaign period, with Trump praising Putin as a firm leader as US officials accused Moscow of meddling by leaking hacked Democratic campaign emails to undermine Hillary Clinton’s candidacy.

The American public wasn’t the only person tired of the Hillary Clinton lies and deceit. Putin looks to build a strong relationship with President Trump. Here is video of the Putin statement.

Trump Wins and Putin is Pleased

Finally, the election is over and the United States doesn’t have to worry about Hillary starting a war with Russia. What do you think about this? Let us know on Facebook.

 

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