Trump SLAMS Hillary With This Tweet – The Video She WANTS Gone

As usual, Clinton is behind the times- slamming the President almost a week after the ‘bombshell’ hit. President Trump has already explained his intentions during the summit but that didn’t stop her from telling CNN her latest version of the truth:

Hillary Clinton on Saturday criticized President Donald Trump over his recent meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin, saying that “hardly anybody who believes in freedom gets along with” the Russian leader and that Trump “wants to be friends with Putin for reasons that we’re all still trying to figure out.”

According to The Washington Examiner, the vast majority of Republicans support the way President Trump handled his first summit meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin on Monday, according to a new Axios poll.

The poll said 80 percent of Republicans approved of Trump’s performance, while only 8 percent of Democrats feel the same way.

It was, after all, a diplomatic visit. One of Trumps most notable quotes he gave during his speech at the summit said it best: “I would rather take a political risk in pursuit of peace than to risk peace in pursuit of politics”. Then again, that is a concept you cannot expect Democrats to understand. Lately, it seems like they’re willing to risk everything for political gains.

Trump, shot out a searing Tweet at Clinton that featured a video of the former Secretary singing a very different tune. “We want a strong Russia,” Clinton says in the clip: “A strong, confident, prosperous, stable Russia is in the interest of the world.”

https://twitter.com/realDonaldTrump/status/1020008975922810883

You don’t say… Apparently, working towards peace with Russia is only good in theory to the Clintons. When someone actively strives to make peace a reality, it’s a scandal?

As Reported By The Daily Caller:

Clinton and other members of the Obama administration were accused of being soft on Russia while in office. Clinton famously gave Foreign Minister of Russia Sergey Lavrov a red reset button. Her staff misspelled the word reset in Russian.

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