Trump's Tough Talk With Putin On Election Meddling Included Plans To Join Russia In Cyber Security Unit

President Donald Trump shakes hands with Russian President Vladimir Putin at the G20 Summit, Friday, July 7, 2017, in Hamburg. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci)

For those that actually bought the idea that Trump went into his meeting with his man-crush with a tough agenda, and that he played the Manhattan bully, the same way he is with conservative Republicans, the media, or even his own intelligence community, maybe rethink that.


In a series of early morning tweets on Sunday, President Trump briefly addressed the content of his meeting with Putin.

No, that’s not one of the Trump parody accounts. That’s his actual account.

His answer to Russian interference and the hacking of Democratic National Committee emails is to form a cyber partnership with them.

I’m sure we’re into 52nd dimensional chess, at this point, right?

He didn’t stop there. He flowed from his idea of working with Russia on cybersecurity to immediately slamming the DNC, the media, and Obama.

Because they’re worse than Putin, a man who has journalists and political opponents murdered.

After seeing our president tweet out his willingness to work with a regime that is hostile to our nation, while at the same time showing his trademark disdain for fellow Americans and American institutions, Senator Marco Rubio sent out a series of his own tweets, giving a firm warning against Trusting Putin in the manner Trump suggests.


And he’s absolutely right.

Trump didn’t go into his meeting with Vladimir Putin to be the tough negotiator.

He went into that meeting as the star-struck fanboy, and he basically offered up our nation’s security on a silver platter, as tribute.



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