former US president Donald Trump heckled his successor Joe Biden ahead of a summit with Russia’s Vladimir Putin, and reminisced about their 2018 meeting in Helsinki which he stated succeeded regardless of efforts by US spies and media.
“Good luck to Biden in coping with President Putin – don’t fall asleep through the assembly, and please give him my warmest regards!”
Trump stated in a press release on Thursday. Biden is scheduled to satisfy with Putin in Geneva next week. Moscow has described the assembly as “very, very important” but cautioned that no one should have high hopes about its end result. There is “no cause to anticipate any progress in reaching mutual understandings” or achieving a reset of relations, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov has informed reporters. Trump called the July 2018 summit in Helsinki, Finland “a great and really productive meeting” during which the US “won a lot, including the respect of President Putin and Russia” despite the “belated Fake News portrayal” of what happened.
Corporate US media had lost their minds over the summit, as a result of Trump had supposedly sided with Putin over the US intelligence community, which insisted that Russia had meddled within the 2016 presidential election that saw Trump defeat Hillary Clinton – whom most retailers endorsed and seen as the favorite. “As to who do I belief, they asked, Russia or our ‘intelligence’ from the Obama era, which means folks like Comey, McCabe, the two lovers, Brennan, Clapper, and numerous other sleazebags, or Russia, the reply, in any case that has been discovered and written, ought to be obvious,” Trump said on Thursday. “Our authorities has rarely had such lowlifes as these working for it.” James Comey was the FBI director on the time, and Andrew McCabe was his deputy. Agent Peter Strzok and legal professional Lisa Page had been key figures within the FBI’s investigation of Trump dubbed ‘Crossfire Hurricane’, and have been having an extramarital affair.
Strzok and Page have been additionally
behind the trumped-up investigation of Trump’s first national security adviser Michael Flynn. Director of National Intelligence James Clapper worked closely with CIA Director John Brennan to produce the infamous “intelligence neighborhood assessment” that claimed Russia had interfered within the 2016 US presidential election. This is the “phony Russia, Russia, Russia Hoax” Trump referenced, saying it had put him and the US at an obstacle when dealing with Putin, but that he overcame it however. The bit about it being “made-up and paid for by the Democrats and Crooked Hillary Clinton” was a reference to the infamous file compiled by a British spy Christopher Steele – paid by Clinton’s marketing campaign by way of a series of cut-outs. Entirely unsubstantiated, the Steele Dossier was utilized by the media to assert Trump was a Russian agent. It was additionally utilized by the FBI to obtain a series of FISA warrants to spy on Trump’s campaign by way of aide Carter Page, properly into the first yr of his administration.