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Monday, February 19, 2018

Bush told Putin about the implanted “chip”


Former United States President George W. Bush on Thursday, February 8, made a loud statement that there are “rather obvious” evidence of the U.S. intelligence the “interference” of Russia in the elections of the head of the American state in 2016, reports Associated Press.


photo: Alexander Astafyev

According to the Agency, Bush did not mention in his speech on winning the US presidential election Donald trump, however, has made clear that he attempted to establish a more warm relationship with Russia.

“There is pretty clear evidence that the Russians intervened. Whether they influenced the outcome is another issue,” Bush said.

According to American policy, the fact that the foreign state involved in the presidential race in the United States is a tremendous problem, resulting in dire consequences. He stressed that democracy is only as good as the Americans trust the election results.

Speaking about Russian President Vladimir Putin, Bush called it “zero sum”.

“On his shoulder chip. The reason he is making some serious ambitious geopolitical moves, it’s all because of the collapse of the Soviet Union, which it still worries whom he can’t handle it. Therefore, most of its steps is undertaken in order to return to the Soviet hegemony”.

Bush also stressed the need to support NATO and other allies.

“Putin is constantly pushing us to weakness. That is why NATO is very important,” concluded Bush.

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