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Thursday, January 12, 2017

Clinton as President would seek common ground with Russia


Former U.S. Secretary of state Hillary Clinton, claiming to be a candidate in the presidential elections from the Democratic party promised to seek common ground with the countries-opponents, including Russia if she’s elected.

She reported that the need to show strength wise against the opponents. The speech was delivered to the veterans in North Carolina.

Clinton added that such a balanced approach would be to increase pressure on North Korea to counter China in the South China sea and to work with Russia on a new Treaty on the reduction of offensive weapons. At the same time, Clinton said, we will be able to confront Russia because of its threats to our allies in Eastern Europe.

Clinton assured that there is one thing, from which it will never get — she won’t be “praising dictators and strong personalities who do not like America.

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