Remember, just a few months ago, when Barack Hussein threatened to shoot down Russian aircraft flying in Syria? Seriously, Hussein did that! An American president threatened to shoot down Russian aircraft for no other reason than they were flying near American forces in a sovereign country the US does not own or even get along with. The US was not invited into that country (Syria). Russia was!
Russia never attacked American forces. There was no need for such militant, aggressive rhetoric. The truth is Barack Hussein was protecting his forces in Syria…. ISIS!
That was then and this is now. A single election has changed the course of history for the entire planet for the better, forever. A new era of US/Russian alliance based upon friendship and cooperation, which will be the hallmarks of the Trump/Putin relationship, much like the Reagan/Gorbachev relationship of the 80s. The friendship between Trump and Putin is of global importance.
Less than a week after the billionaire’s election, the Kremlin said Putin called Trump yesterday to begin negotiations over how best to tackle to terrorism.
The Russian is reported to have said he is ready for dialogue with the US “on the basis of mutual respect, non-intervention into each other’s internal affairs”.
According to the news agency Kremlin, Putin and Trump have agreed to “work to channel bilateral relationships into constructive cooperation, to combine efforts to tackle international terrorism and extremism, and to continue contact by telephone and to work towards meeting in person”.
“The importance of creating a solid basis for bilateral ties was underscored, in particularly by developing the trade-economic component,” the Kremlin said in its statement.
It added that the countries should “return to pragmatic, mutually beneficial cooperation, which would address the interests of both countries as well as stability and safety the world over.”
The two men will maintain contact by phone and seek to meet each other in person, the statement said.
The call is a marked shift in relations between the two countries who have been at loggerheads under the Obama administration.