Trump: US-Russia Relations 'At All-Time & Very Dangerous Low,' 'You Can Thank Congress'Chris Menahan
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President Trump said Thursday morning US-Russia relations are now at an "all-time and very dangerous low," adding "you can thank Congress."
"Our relationship with Russia is at an all-time & very dangerous low," Trump said on Twitter. "You can thank Congress, the same people that can't even give us [Healthcare]!"
As I said yesterday, this bill is so shockingly stupid and our congress is so completely sold out I'd have no problem with Trump firing the lot of them and just shutting the congress down.
If you want to say that's too extreme, as a compromise I'd be fine with Trump allowing Senators Rand Paul and Bernie Sanders to stay and balance one another out as they were the only one's honest enough to vote against this lunacy in the Senate.
Republican representatives Thomas Massie, Jimmy Duncan and Justin Amash can run the House as they were the only ones with enough integrity to vote against it in the House.
I don't necessarily agree with any of them, but they're the only people who actually voted to put the interests of America ahead of our globalist masters who want a war with Russia against the will of the public and against the will of our democratically elected president.
All 517 of the other cowardly congress critters who voted for this bill should be run out of town and tarred and feathered. Better yet, send them -- and them alone -- to fight in the war with Russia they so deeply desire.
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