Vladimir Putin: "Our Society, Including The Liberals, Must Understand That There Must Be Order"
President Trump said earlier this week that meeting with President Putin might be easier than meeting with members of the European Union. Perhaps because of one of Putin's most famous quotes that reads "Our society, including the liberals, must understand that there must be order." There's nothing worse than meeting with a bunch of totally irrational Liberals that twist and misinterpret every word you say. The Liberals will choose what words to take literally and which ones to take figuratively. This is why President Trump has labeled the Liberal main steam media fake news.
Both Putin and Trump talk straight forwardly and to the point. It's always better to be transparent. The meeting is beginning shortly and the coverage is expected to create a firestorm, as usual.
Fox News reported: "President Trump met behind closed doors for more than two hours Monday with Vladimir Putin, as the two leaders tackled weighty issues amid political pressure back home for Trump to get tough with the Russian president.
As they began their historic summit in Helsinki, Trump predicted their two countries “will end up having an extraordinary relationship” -- and congratulated the Russian president on hosting a “really great World Cup.”
Rebuffing calls for him to cancel the summit in the wake of new indictments against Russian intelligence officers, Trump said they would have “a lot of good things to talk about,” from trade to missiles to China. A host of other thorny issues ranging from Crimea to Syria to election meddling tied to those indictments were also expected to come up.
Trump and Putin entered an expanded meeting involving key advisers after first sitting down one-on-one in private. The U.S. president said they were off to a "very good start." They are expected to hold a press conference later Monday.
“I think we will end up having an extraordinary relationship,” Trump said, sitting next to Putin at the presidential palace in Helsinki. “Getting along with Russia is a good thing, not a bad thing.”
The president met with Putin after sparring for the better part of the past week with traditional U.S. allies -- first with NATO nations over their levels of defense spending, and later with British Prime Minister Theresa May over her 'Brexit' strategy, though he seemed to patch things up before leaving London. The tensions created a contrast with his efforts to improve ties with Moscow, leading to bipartisan concerns about Monday's summit. (source)
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