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Thursday, December 8, 2016

Kicked Cruz out of the race trump has distorted the words of Putin


The news about the decision of Ted Cruz to stop the election campaign with party Donald trump a lot of stunned American public. So that everyone immediately forgot about until recently confidently fought the Senator from Texas and switched to the now the only candidate in US presidents from Republican party. All attention is now riveted to the odious millionaire, he did not cease to nurture their image.


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Donald Trump

So, edition of the Washington Post on the background of news about the withdrawal of crews dug up “old” (28 APR) interview trump the Fox News channel. It policies, among other things, speaks about Vladimir Putin.

“I think he said a couple of really nice things. He called me a genius. He said that trump is a genius. Okay. It’s, you know, not bad,” said trump.

As WP writes, trump was referring, most likely, the statement of the Russian President made during the December press conference. Then Putin really called trump “a Very bright and talented man, without a doubt.” He also noted that he believes the policy of “absolute leader” of the race.

However, neither what kind of genius, your potential colleagues, Putin did not say. So, the newspaper writes, these words are different media translated differently: “vibrant”, “colourful” – but there was nothing like “brilliant”, to confuse this even when translation is impossible.

Read the story “trump is ready to give your liner running to Canada the stars.”

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