Hillary Clinton brings the real threat of war, not Donald Trump, according to Vladimir Putin, as election news has Russia gearing up for a possible attack. Hillary's image as a war hawk is lost on mainstream American voters, but Russia, Europe, and other nations saw a not-so-warm-and-fuzzy side of Hillary when she was Secretary of State, and the contents of Mrs. Clinton's intercepted emails has not served to soothe their fears.
Vladimir Putin's open concerns about Hillary Clinton have put Russians and Romanians under a lot of stress. Putin was encouraged by Donald Trump's message that he was willing to work with Russian leaders, but as the FBI drag their feet on what Russians know should be an indictment of Mrs. Clinton, tensions continue to rise.Donald Trump received an unexpected campaign contribution from Felix Kolsky, a 75-year-old Russian man, according to the Observer. The accompanying letter explains the reason for this gift of 100,000 rubles ($1,500). Mr. Kolsky has planned to purchase dentures with the money, his entire life's savings, but would rather stop the potential for war from Hillary.
"I could live without teeth if there would be no war. Look at Hillary, it's clear—she is ready to storm Russia tomorrow!"Hillary Clinton has been inferring that Donald Trump's brash persona would be a poor match for foreign policy. While Vladimir Putin says otherwise, the former secretary of state is quoted in the National Interest explaining in a very nonspecific way why Trump is too temperamental to be president.
"This is not someone who should ever have the nuclear codes because it's not hard to imagine Donald Trump leading us into a war just because somebody got under his very thin skin."
Vladimir Putin does not obfuscate his opinion of Mr. and Mrs. Clinton. They are both Satan in his eyes. Many older Russians blame Bill Clinton for the collapse of the Russian economy during the 1990s, while younger people have formed their opinions based on Russian media reports. The Observer reports Putin's words as he describes his view of Mrs. Clinton.
"First, there was Bush senior in power, then Bush junior. [Bill] Clinton was [U.S. President] two times in a row, now his wife has ambitions. Again, the family might stay in power. As they say in Russia, a husband and a wife are the same Satan."Hillary Clinton is Satan to the Russian People, according to the Observer, while they see at least a ray of hope in Donald Trump.
"If it's Hillary Clinton, it's war."Barack Obama already has Romania and Russia terrorized with his new missile system, which was completed just last week, according to ETF. Some online commentators claim the European Phased Adaptive Approach missile system could reduce all Romania to ruins. The New York Times reports that the placing of these missiles increases the risk of nuclear war and directly threatened Russia even though Obama claims they will be aimed at Iran.
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Russian officials argue the system violates the 1987 treaty that ended the Cold War. The Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty banned land-based missiles within a range of fewer than 3,400 miles. It could easily be seen by the Russians as a similar situation to the Cuban Missile Crisis during Kennedy's presidency.
Vladimir Putin's spokesman, Dmitri S. Peskov, told reporters the Kremlin felt imperiled by the presence of these weapons located in nearby Romania, according to the New York Times
"We have been saying right from when this story started that our experts are convinced that the deployment of the ABM system poses a certain threat to the Russian Federation. Measures are being taken to ensure the necessary level of security for Russia. The president himself, let me remind you, has repeatedly asked who the system will work against."Hillary Clinton keeps alleging that Donald Trump is not capable of foreign relations, but does Clinton have an impending war with Vladimir Putin just waiting in the wings if she is elected?
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