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Friday, March 16, 2018

Donald trump “fell out of love with” Vladimir Putin

The statements of the leader of the U.S. presidential race from the Republican party in address of the President of Russia becoming “colder”. The flamboyant billionaire has changed “respectful reverence” in the Kremlin, “podsevshie” him at the beginning of his campaign for a more restrained, suspended passages.

So in his recent interview to Reuters, trump is clearly no positive emotions recalled his exchange of pleasantries with the Russian President six months ago, trying to distance himself from them and to present the case as if it were Vladimir Putin was courting him. According to the candidate-the Republican told each other compliments do not guarantee warm and easy communication trump and Putin in the future.

What he (Putin – approx. ed.) said nice things about me does not mean that it will help him in the negotiations . It doesn’t help him,” said Donald trump.

We will remind, in December 2015, the President of Russia Vladimir Putin, commenting on the defendants in any presidential race in the United States,

called Donald trump a colorful person and a talented politician, able to improve U.S.-Russian relations. What American milliardo said that to get a compliment from a man who so deeply respected not only in the United States, but all over the world, for it is a great honor.

“I am confident that the U.S. and Russia can work together to fight against terrorism, world peace, and also to benefit from trade, acting on the basis of mutual respect”, – said the candidate of the Republican party.

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