No Golf, All Action – President Trump Phone Call With Putin and World Leaders – (w/ Full Kremlin Statement)…

Pay close attention to the sequencing of events, even within the day, which stem from delivered and deliberate action and policy of President Trump.  There is a strategic sequencing which builds upon a much larger Trump policy agenda.


President Trump and Russia’s President Vladimir Putin had their first official talk today vowing to strengthen diplomatic and economic relations and to work together to defeat the Islamic State terror group, the Kremlin said.

(Via Fox News) […] The White House has yet to release details of the conversation.

The Kremlin said the world leaders talked about Ukraine, Iran’s nuclear program, North Korean aggression and better trade and economic ties but made no mention of the sanctions.

The message on the Kremlin website, translated to English, also stated that Trump and Putin talked about coordinating effort to defeat the Islamic State and other terror groups around the world, particularly in Syria, torn apart in a year’s-long civil war.

The Kremlin also stated the leaders are working on a face-to-face meeting, but no date has been set.  (read more)

Here’s the full statement from the Kremlin:

“Vladimir Putin congratulated Donald Trump on taking office and wished him every success in his work.

During the conversation, both sides expressed their readiness to make active joint efforts to stabilise and develop Russia-US cooperation on a constructive, equitable and mutually beneficial basis.

Mr Putin and Mr Trump had a detailed discussion of pressing international issues, including the fight against terrorism, the situation in the Middle East, the Arab-Israeli conflict, strategic stability and non-proliferation, the situation with Iran’s nuclear programme, and the Korean Peninsula issue. The discussion also touched upon the main aspects of the Ukrainian crisis. The sides agreed to build up partner cooperation in these and other areas.

The two leaders emphasised that joining efforts in fighting the main threat – international terrorism – is a top priority. The presidents spoke out for establishing real coordination of actions between Russia and the USA aimed at defeating ISIS and other terrorists groups in Syria.

The sides stressed the importance of rebuilding mutually beneficial trade and economic ties between the two counties’ business communities, which could give an additional impetus to progressive and sustainable development of bilateral relations.

Mr Putin and Mr Trump agreed to issue instructions to work out the possible date and venue for their meeting.

Donald Trump asked to convey his wishes of happiness and prosperity to the Russian people, saying that the American people have warm feelings towards Russia and its citizens.

Vladimir Putin, in turn, emphasised that the feeling is mutual, adding that for over two centuries Russia has supported the United States, was its ally during the two world wars, and now sees the United States as a major partner in fighting international terrorism.

The two leaders agreed to maintain regular personal contacts.

The conversation took place in a positive and constructive atmosphere. (link)


The phone call with Putin was just one of five Saturday between President Trump and various world leaders.   President Trump also spoke by phone with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe; German Chancellor Angela Merkel and French President Francois Hollande.

President Trump is scheduled to speak later today with Australia Prime Minster Malcolm Turnbull.

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261 Responses to No Golf, All Action – President Trump Phone Call With Putin and World Leaders – (w/ Full Kremlin Statement)…

  1. decisiontime16 says:

    Rumor has it that President Trump said to Merkel, “I look forward to working with your successor.”

    Liked by 26 people

  2. Just think how different that call would have been if it weren’t for the grace of God blessing this man to become our President.

    Killary would have been on that phone with nobody on the other end in a staged photo to make it look as if she chewed Putin up one side and down the other. Then she would have marched to the press room congratulated herself, told us how lucky we were to have her, and then announced a no fly zone in Syria. But because nobody would’ve been on the other end of that phone…and because she desperately wants to pick a fight with the biggest military around for her legacy, we’d be half way to yet another war with no mission to get a hundred thousand or so of our best and brightest slaughtered for nothing. Today’s call may look business as usual. But don’t think for a second that isn’t a miracle. It is.

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    • paper doll says:

      Well said

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    • The Devilbat says:

      Had Hillary clinton won the election we would very likely have gone to war with Russia. I believe that it was part of the globalists overall plan. A real non proxy war between the US and Russia would have taken tens of millions of lives and it would have devastated both countries. The entire east coast of the US would have been annihilated.

      The globalists welcome such insanity as they want to lower the population of the planet. Having the US and Russia exterminating each other would fit right in with their plans as the peoples of both countries are nationalistic. Nationalists are the main problem for them in the world today. The German media have been attacking nationalism for some time.

      If only the general public knew just how close we just came to completely losing our country and our freedoms. I truly hope that President Trump will do something to educate all Americans as to what has been happening, why and who has been behind it all.

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      • As petulant as he appears to be, by all accounts he has it pretty good in Moscow. I actually believe he would have been the bigger man and avoided serious involvement. That’s also why Killary wants to go down in herstory as having “beaten” Mother Russia. I don’t put it past her to offer him a couple trillion from the treasury to back down and make her seem like some phenom. The former admin did that with Iran for no reason at all. I would’ve loved to hear those crazy Iranians discussing that deal. You know good and well they thought this whole operation was a trick.

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    • Sunshine says:

      God works in strange ways. The miracle is Donald J. Trump who decided to run for POTUS.

      Liked by 3 people

    • shallbe4 says:

      I’m a little concerned that Canada is allowing any and all Muslims into their country. Course the PM Trudeau has a 12% approval rating but we better keep a close eye on our Canadian Border.

      Liked by 1 person

    • ladypenquin says:

      Agree. We needed and prayed for a miracle, and we got one this November. Not only President Trump, but his Vice-President Pence. I’ve had EWTN on today, and watching the pro-life speakers and marchers. The first time ever a vice-president addressed this very important March for Life event. Pres. Trump also sent his support. People may be in for more surprises…

      But indeed, we dodged a “nuclear missile” by making sure Hillary did not win. She would have been final nail in America’s coffin. As it is, President Trump is pulling out the nails as fast as he can.

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  3. Katherine McCoun says:

    I know President Trump has been compared to many different former presidents but here I will do it again. I see Andrew Jackson as a man of the people, an outsider and the fight against the elite bankers, Harry Truman as a man of the people, straightforward and plain spoken and won against the odds in part to hard campaigning and some FDR in communication and connection with people. But the one that I think of the most is Teddy Roosevelt.

    Both share a tremendous capacity for energy, strong vitality and a pace that few can match. Both were seen as outside of the main GOPe to a degree and both got things done. Roosevelt was much younger than President Trump when he assumed office which leaves me in that much more awe of President Trump. His work capacity is simply amazing!

    By the way, I am listening to “The Rise of Theodore Roosevelt” by Edmund Morris right now and it is wonderful! I had listened to “Mornings on Horseback” some years ago but this is much better! We usually listen to children’s stories and classic literature (we just finished “My Side of the Moutain”) but I told my son I wanted to choose this time and he has actually enjoyed it too, esp. the first section that covered Roosevelt’s youth though college. Highly recommend if you have much time in the car or doing housework/yard work or exercising or whatever. Anyway, while listening I keep getting flash comparisons of President Trump, thinking how he would have handled the same situations and things that are so similar to today’s politics.

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    • Kaldar says:

      Yes, definitely TR. Like Teddy went after civil service reform, I saw the parallels with Trump’s drain the swamp talk.

      The Rise of Theodore Roosevelt is excellent. I think it’s much better than Morris’s book about his presidency.

      Liked by 1 person

    • no-nonsense-nancy says:

      I just read a very long biography of George Washington and i see a lot of similarities between him and President Trump, not only as presidents but as youths through their lives.Their very strong sense of patriotism for country and desire to serve plus a very strong desire to make a difference, however in different ways. Washington had a drive for owning land and making it productive and he was also involved in colonial politics: Trump’s passion was for building and making cities more beautiful and improving lives. Both mens’ experiences prepared them for the position of POTUS. Washington had the task of pioneering the office of the presidency and establishing how it should be exercised and Trump has the task of getting it back to the way Washington set it up after being almost totally destroyed. The way Washington governed seems very similar to the way Trump seems to be doing it.

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      • ladypenquin says:

        I prayed for a George Washington because of his strength and leadership against all adversity – he had the core spirit to fight on when all seemed lost. He rallied his men and won the war for Independence. In my eyes, Donald Trump came when we needed a modern-day George Washington.


    • As long as FDR’s reign was and for all the achievements made under him it’s hard to take anything from the man’s legacy. But there was one little invention that he didn’t directly invent but was sorta tied to by an affect of something he did during WW2. In fairness had he lived he would have fixed it I believe. At a time when massive government contracts were getting thrown around and not enough of a workforce to fill all the positions FDR wisely paused wage increases by way of executive order to keep employees from moving around which slows production. So companies had to figure out other incentives to lure workers to meet deadlines. One of those incentives…drum roll…wait for it…Health Insurance. The beginning of the end of cost being directly related to affordability. In fact it was so terrible for us – good for them that we began buying education, cars, and many other things loosely based on the same principle. But I don’t blame FDR. Shame he didn’t live to see the Nazi’s and Japan’s surrender. God bless his soul.

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    • shallbe4 says:

      Donald J. Trump is unique — there is no President who compares to him. Roosevelt comes close but lacked the energy that Donald Trump has.

      Liked by 1 person

  4. Joan says:

    I love everything President Trump has been doing – including the changes he has made in the Oval Office. Love the portraits he brought back. It now looks like a beautiful presidential office.

    Liked by 18 people

  5. Bull Durham says:

    The Atomic Scientists with colitis or whatever that group is just set the Nuclear Doomsday Clock closer to The End. I suggest they stick it back about half an hour.

    Talking to everyone who has nukes is imperative. We need to talk to China, and get India and Pakistan to talk. The nuclear powers have to get things back to stasis. What is really pushing the balance are tactical nukes. These are in the panoply of weapons to reverse an invasion or a breech of land defenses or a massive sea attack. They will be used. It’s only a matter of time. They have been miniaturized so they can be fired from small cannon or as torpedoes. Even land mines in the form of nukes have been developed. And weapons, once part of an arsenal get used.

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    • no-nonsense-nancy says:

      My opinion is that libtards and science should never mix. It is potent The scientists must not have been any smarter in 1947 because the whole idea of a doomsday clock is stupid anyway. Did they have libtards back that far?

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      • Bull Durham says:

        Progressives and Fellow Travelers were the designations of the Left. Some others, not in power, would identify as Socialists over economic issues, not the panoply of complete government rule as it developed here from FDR to LBJ. Johnson really put it all on steroids. The right was States Righters, Milton Friedman economics or Libertarians.

        WWII and the Cold War skewed all the power to the Federal government, States Rights got painted racist over School Integration and Voting Rights clashes, murders.

        Big corporate merged with big government, corruption got embedded in the MIC and then the Media became fundamental to manipulation and creating Consent of the Governed.

        From the 70s its been the destruction of small business, small towns, Main Street, and the family farm, big union industries, then displacement by technology and finally outsourcing.
        Left and Right got rich, wealthy, powerful, entrenched and devious. Social Justice guilted the middle class, illegals became a wedge, Blacks took to drugs instead of education, and demographics began slicing and dicing the People into controllable sheep.

        Liberals got hold of power everywhere. Conservatives made last stands over single issues.
        The nation went into endless wars. And the nation marched to the brink. Ideology was king. And the People were serfs like in the Middle Ages. If you didn’t have connections, you fell down the ladder. the vast majority was getting poorer each year.

        Then along came Donald Trump and said no more of any of that. We are going to MAGA.
        And we are going to do it without ideology. No Left or Right. We are One People, under One God, with One Flag.

        Seems to be working.

        Liked by 9 people

  6. MfM says:

    It looks like Trump is using the Oval Office as work space. To often it has been more ceremonial. At his breakneck speed it makes sense because the West Wing is tight on space. If he can call together a meeting without making sure someone else isn’t using the other meeting space it saves time and energy.

    The President has a private study off the Oval Office.

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    • shallbe4 says:

      Did you notice all the paperwork President Trump has on the Oval Office desk? He comes to the Oval Office to work not to show off.


  7. robnc says:

    …this is promising…now China


  8. DeploraTex says:

    Does the President sleep at the White House? I understand the First Family is back at Trump Tower so Barron can finish school, but I assume the POTUS is staying in DC?


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