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Shouldn’t The President Get a Clue on Russia Now?

President Trump keeps wanting to make kissy face with Russia, but shouldn’t this week’s turn of events cause him to change his mind? The Russians are clearly not our friends and very clearly could jeopardize his son and his own administration.

The Russians were working with a Democratic opposition research group to get the Magnitsky Act repealed. The Russians met with him while working with that group. That group then releases a dossier claiming the Trump campaign had been colluding with Russia.

Does the President not understand that neither side should trust Russia? He wants to do some cybersecurity deal with Russia. Does he not think they won’t betray him?

The man needs to get a clue on Russia. They are not our friends and would just as soon see him go down as they would his son.

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