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Friday, March 23, 2018

“Putin:” Congressman waters accidentally promised his impeachment following the trump

Member of the U.S. house of representatives from the Democratic party, Maxine waters again made an interesting caveat. Once again saying about the need to expose the impeachment of the President of Donald trump, Congresswoman stated that Vice President Mike Penny as head of state will be no better. “And when we’re through with the trump, we will have to take on Putin. He’s next” – suddenly concluded waters.

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Maxine Waters

The statement was made in the broadcast of “The Political View” on the TV channel “Hey-bi-si”. Leading immediately asked: “Putin or Pens?”. Finding out that after all the Pens, she smoothed over the awkwardness by assuming: trump and Putin in this context – one and the same.

Waters says that trump needs to send in his resignation. The TV channel she expressed the opinion that Putin really wants the abolition of anti-Russian sanctions, and trump supposedly gave to understand that can make it happen. To the objection leading to the spirit “but he says they have nothing on him,” the Congresswoman explained: he is a liar and will say what he needs. Out of context it is not quite clear which of the two world leaders waters had in mind.

Waters had already attracted the attention of loud reservations. So, criticizing Russia, she messed up the Crimea to Korea. The media could not pass up and told her about the puppet mode Dolittle in Limpopo.

See also “Prancer Vovan about the conversation with waters: “We have never encountered such ignorance””

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