Donald Trump comes across as an inept, bumbling, narcissist, and he is. He does not plan for the next hour let alone the next week or month, but someone is clearly doing that. Under the darkness of COVID-19, our commander-in-chief ordered the firing of an inspector general, the one who managed the integrity of the distribution of two billion dollars. Who suggested that?
Who managed to tear down the institutions and systems that have supported the United States of America for centuries in less than four years?
On an Easter morning at the center of the death of thousands of Americans, Trump managed to give his version of an Easter address:
HAPPY EASTER! pic.twitter.com/UX5Bhm82H2
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) April 12, 2020
It would take someone who Trump respects to manipulate and move him toward organized destruction. It would take someone that he listens to, and that someone would have to be an exceptional reader of POTUS’ chaotic mindset. That person could be Russia’s President Vladimir Putin — or not.
The American president spoke to Putin on Friday “for the third time in two weeks,” according to The Moscow Times. Of course, the Russians are about as honest as Trump. Putin’s news outlet said that the two discussed “the coronavirus pandemic and global oil prices.”
Put told the American-Russian crew in the International Space Station that the ISS reflected the best example of “an effective partnership of our countries as the world fights the pandemic.”
The Russian president even sent the U.S. a plane of medical equipment, delivered to New York. They also “discussed issues pertaining the coronavirus pandemic.”
Twitter world went wild after it found out about Trump’s dance with Putin. Check out some of their responses below:
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