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Trump plays ’into Putin’s hands’, warns former national security adviser

Trump plays ’into Putin’s hands’, warns former national security adviser

President Trump’s former NSA H.R. McMaster said that Trump and other US leaders are ’making it easy’ for Russian President Putin to meddle in the US election. McMaster said that Russia is working to interfere in the election by sowing doubts about its legitimacy. Reacting Trump’s statement tod rallygoers in Ohio: ’I like Putin, he likes me’, McMaster said, ’it does play into Putin’s hands’.

Chris
Chris
Robert_Clearwater
Robert_Clearwater 0 months

Trump is Putin's puppet. His sanctions are not that bad. Trump is Putin's puppet. His sanctions are not that bad. Trump is Putin's puppet. His sanctions are not that bad. There do you believe the lie yet?

Fred V
Fred V 0 months

The article states that Russia is causing America to lose faith in the legitimacy of the Electoral system. I don't follow social media, I don't listen to ads. I get my information from apps like this oh, that just post the news stories from legitimate news sources. And I still question the legitimacy of this election because of the stories I read in the media. So unless Russia is controlling the media, I find this story and the claims of the ex-security advisor to be factually inaccurate.

OmegaDMM
OmegaDMM 0 months

Both Russia and China are in the long game to damage and overtake America. This has been true for over 60 years. Not sure why we still hav bao many only worrying about one or the other....oh right because our elections have been reduced down to a college football game. At the very foocking least please start a Fantasy Politics League so I can watch how people bet on which politician will get X amount of votes on their most recent bill!

is it 2021 yet?
is it 2021 yet? 0 months

“I like Putin, he likes me.” Pretty much sums it up. Trump and Moscow Mitch have no problem with Russia and their authoritarian leader interfering if it benefits their re-election chances. Make no mistake about it—Russia clearly would not want Trump if it did not benefit them, they are certainly not interfering for the benefit of America.

ConcealCarryProtect
ConcealCarryProtect 0 months

Maybe Putin wanted you all to hate Trump.

Hypnotica
Hypnotica 0 months

Wait so when Democrats constantly question every GOP victory and cry that the other side is cheating when they lose fair and square (looking at you Stacey Abrams), thats not destroying the legitamcy of our elections? You know what? Whenever the GOP loses to Democrats in any election, they should cry foul and demand years of investigations based upon no evidence. The mental gymnastics being played here by the left are beyond belief.

Doug
Doug 0 months

Enough of the Russian boogeyman by. Putin is too busy knocking off the opposition in mother Russia.

MCsammyB
MCsammyB 0 months

Some key things McMaster said that no ones mentioning: "It's just what the do, if you're Russia you interfere in the U.S. election." "[Russia], like most people thought Hilary Clinton would win. So, they had teed a misinformation that [claimed] President Trump would have one, except it was rigged. When President Trump won, some of that campaign leaked." "Putin doesn't create these divisions in our society, he doesn't create these doubts, he magnifies them." Russia will raise doubts on our election regardless of the results. I agree that politicians shouldn't overemphasize the criticisms coming from Moscow that strip away complete faith in our system. But, lets not forget that both sides have picked up on conspiracy theories coming from Russia. I'm of the opinion that Trump did not collude with Russia. However, he definitely benefited from their influence, and he is most angry at the idea people claim his win is solely attributed to it, which is difficult to determine either way. The Mueller Report could not directly link Russia's disinformation with President Trump's campaign, but many political figures still see a conspiracy where so far we have no proof beyond speculation. On the other hand, Trump definitely bends the truth too far, leading some of his loyalist supporters to believe conspiracies like COVID-19 is a hoax. I'm sure he doesn't believe these things himself, but he definitely doesn't care if others do as long as they support him. Conspiracy theories are not bound to one side of the political spectrum. I'm not saying we shouldn't question allegations on coming from the the opposite side of the political spectrum (whether you are on the left or right). Instead, we should question both arguments intensely.

IIzard
IIzard 0 months

Bullshit

Barry
Barry 0 months

You can like someone and not want to Get in bed with them. Deep state Comes to mind.

Yuri bezmenov
Yuri bezmenov 0 months

Its always the same Former Ex Retired Let go.

America
America 0 months

The kewl-aid, it tastes so goooooood.

Bulwark AC
Bulwark AC 0 months

Does anyone believe this is the first time any other country has done things to meddle in our country's elections? If you include ad buying, I would guess toytsude countries have been buying ads in papers, radio, TV and internet for years, decades, for 2 centuries.

Aaron
Aaron 0 months

He must have long conversations with Putin to know him so muchly.

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