Putins loves the idea of Donald Trump entering the White House in 2017.
He likes Trump’s reported desire “to reach another, deeper level of relations” with Russia.
And praised him in the large annual news conference in December 2015:
“Trump is a bright and talented person without any doubt.
An outstanding and talented personality.
The absolute leader in the presidential race.”
Trump has repeatedly touted his joint appearance with Putin on an episode of CBS’s “60 Minutes” this fall, referring to himself and Putin as “stablemates.”
In October he said that he and Putin “are very different” but suggested that the two men could move beyond the frozen relations.
“I think that I would get along very well with him.
He does not like Obama at all. He doesn’t respect Obama at all.
And I’m sure that Obama doesn’t like him very much.
And I don’t think you’d be having the kind of problems that you’re having right now.”
Trump supports an alliance with Moscow against ISIS.
“Russia wants to get rid of ISIS. We want to get rid of ISIS. Maybe let Russia do it. Let them get rid of ISIS. What the hell do we care?”
- Both men are both have several things in common: blunt manners, bravado, macho style and want-to-show-strength. And a love for women too.
- Putin loves the idea that Trump destroys NATO. Better the American than the Russian president. No Russian spy could do a better job than his man in the Oval office.
- It is logically that the Russian cyber units help Trump now and pave his way into The White House by stealing e-mails from the Democratic party.
- Trump in the White House is even better than any victory in Ukraine. He will paralyze the transatlantic alliance for free, weaken the Baltic states and Ukraine with ‘Provocative weakness’ (Fritz Kraemer) and reduces the power of the United States globally, making the US weaker.