U.S. President Donald Trump Meets Russian President Vladimir Putin…

U.S. President Donald Trump meets with Russian President Vladimir Putin as apoplectic international media cling on every syllable.

*Noted* Our President wears American Flag lapel pin. All G20 leaders wear G20 commemorative pin.

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163 Responses to U.S. President Donald Trump Meets Russian President Vladimir Putin…

  1. M33 says:

    The world JUST got a little bit safer!!

    Liked by 42 people

    • farmhand1927 says:

      It’s a bad day for Hillary and John McCain—we are not going to war against Russia.

      Sit back, relax and enjoy watching the world’s most influential and powerful man do his stuff. Thank you, President Trump! America is back!. Well done.

      Liked by 37 people

      • fleporeblog says:

        I think you can add in the Democrats, Barry and his minions, Uniparty and MSM into that equation.

        Just take a step back and realize how funny this whole Muh Russia has become! What our President has done in the first 5 and a half months of his Presidency is going to destroy the Russian influence (Energy) throughout Eastern Europe and other major parts of the world.

        Russia was hoping beyond hope that we would be dumb enough to remain in the Paris Accord. Not only would have it killed our economy, we never ever would be in the business of exporting gas, coal etc. throughout the world.

        I listened to the 3 Seas conversation again. Our President thanked Bulgaria, Romania, Hungary and Austria for pursuing a pipeline from the Black Sea. He also complemented Greece and Bulgaria for an inter-connector pipeline between the 2 countries. He also complemented the President of Croatia for building a floating LNG terminal on the Croatian Island of Kirk.

        The President of Poland discussed the 40 million cubic meters of gas that is needed by the 11 Eastern European nations each year and the fact that the US is able to produce 180 million cubic meters of gas each year. This would absolutely take care of the needs of all 11 countries.

        Our President promised them that they never have to be forced into agreements out of fear of whether they will receive the required gas to power and heat their countries (Russia turned the flow off in the winter of 2008). Those 11 countries will purchase much of their energy needs from us because it will be a big FU to Russia but also an incredible assurance that the US won’t allow anyone to mess with them.

        Yet Putin was all in on stopping HRC from becoming President. The same woman that would have kept us in the Paris Accord, put even more regulations on the energy sector, closed down all coal production and never ever would have made us independent on foreign oil. This is why there BS is so damn comical. I bet you Vlad isn’t laughing NOW!

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      • jonvil says:

        How about it being a bad day for the Democrat/GOPe Globalist Uniparty.

        Liked by 8 people

    • Howie says:

      I doubt this pic will be above the fold in WAPO or NYT.

      Liked by 4 people

  2. Sanj says:

    2+ hours, let the conspiracy theories begin. I’m sure all they talked about was how to cover up the Russian meddling to get Trump elected. /s

    I actually heard that POTUS threw Putin off balance immediately….gee maybe he knows a thing or two about negotiating as opposed to rolling over like a puppy like Obama

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  3. helmhood says:

    Like Reagan meeting Gorbachev.

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  4. Media not just clinging to every work, but also every move, motion, eyebrow raise, thumb jerk….

    I love that Pres. Putin got there EARLY after having been described, endlessly, as someone who establishes dominance by arriving late. Bwahahaha.

    IMO, they are BOTH trolling the media!!!

    Liked by 22 people

  5. SB says:

    I look forward to what the various Lip Readers have to say about the last 30 seconds of this video (when PDJT and PVP chatted together off mic and chuckled).

    Kind of reminds me about the last scene from “Casablanca” “This could be the beginning of a beautiful friendship.”

    Liked by 12 people

  6. NYGuy54 says:

    Putin to Trump: “I changed my email password to covfefe”

    Liked by 25 people

  7. mikebrezzze says:

    And somewhere Elizabeth Warren is kicking her pink pussy hat down a lonesome dirt road , shouting ” Putin made me do it!”

    Liked by 9 people

  8. treehouseron says:

    He ought to put the G20 pin on Ebay and donate the profits to Mexico to help out with the wall.

    Liked by 11 people

  9. BillRiser says:

    I think the code deciphered is “I have big balls” the girly boy no longer president!

    Liked by 11 people

  10. Southpaw says:

    The President tweets Podesta and DNC server. In meeting asks Putin about hacking. I swear it we didn’t hack the server. Interesting

    Liked by 2 people

    • NoeliCannoli says:

      ” . . . but the lads in the FSB have 33,000 yoga and wedding emails from a certain former presidential candidate . . .”

      Liked by 8 people

    • and podesta tweeted back 6 times after this. if you read between the lines, it’s hilarious. i think it was either on bb or gp. sorry, tcth is always my last stop; i come here for clarification and solidarity.

      Liked by 3 people

      • fuzzi says:

        Laura, I come to CTH first, to get the best, then round off with GP and Twitter. I have not darkened BB’s door since the the Michelle Fields/Ben Shapiro stunt during the campaign.

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  11. Pam says:

    Good catch on the lapel pins Sundance. Most people probably wouldn’t have noticed it. When POTUS says America first, he means it.

    Liked by 16 people

  12. Lanna says:

    Body language was very telling. Putin realized President Trump is the bigger alpha.

    Placing his elbows on the arms of the chair was an attempt to look larger. Hands palms in and held at his stomach shows he was being protective, feeling vulnerable. Avoided eye contact.

    POTUS was large and in charge and very aware of it. He took the lead, initiated all contact. Very at ease, gracious and not at all threatened by Putin.

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    • hanna693 says:

      I noticed that too. Putin was deferring to Trump. I like Putin but I observed he was really playing the good boy routine. He definitely acted like our president is the boss. The left are appalled at the way he acted before Trump. One pundit remarked it was awful that Trump said it was an honor to meet Putin. Oh, the horrors. Good for President Trump!

      Liked by 5 people

      • piper567 says:

        I believe Putin is a powerful individual…and I believe he also is very Nationalistic.
        Can’t go so far as to imagine he sees himself as deferring. He has this is common with the rest of these folks: they have never dealt with an actual alpha male presented as a peer…and just about everyone knows they are not Trump’s peer.
        As for Putin, I believe he is in a class by himself, as is Trump.
        And a totally new kind of interaction between our countries will happen now that they have met.
        The fun element, imo, is that neither care what the press/pundits have to say:
        speculate on, We are in for action.
        honey badgers don’t give a sh!t,
        I’m pretty sure the Russians love Putin as we love Trump…he is Russia first, although he and Trump are cut from very different cloth.

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      • margarite1 says:

        And I suppose that pundit thought it just fine that Obama went around the world bowing and scraping to other leaders.

        These modern pundits are generally less than zero – what have most of them ever actually done?

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    • janc1955 says:

      Very good body language read, Lanna!

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    • Mike says:

      Neither one was threatened by the other one. Putin is more introverted than Trump and often comes across as reseerved, whereas Trump is more bombastic. He was acting like he always acts. Trump can’t “dominate” him do something he doesn’t want to do, or visa versa.

      Liked by 1 person

  13. trumpsbamagirl says:

    Putin does some extreme manspreading!!!!

    Cue the CNN body-language experts in 3…2…

    Liked by 1 person

  14. daughnworks247 says:

    If we would leave Putin and Trump alone, they would save the world.
    The breathless speculation is hilarious.

    Liked by 13 people

  15. trumpsbamagirl says:

    —>*Noted* Our President wears American Flag lapel pin. All G20 leaders wear G20 commemorative pin.

    AMERICA FIRST, BABY!!!!!

    Liked by 12 people

  16. Apfelcobbler says:

    Sundance – who knew? We were all taken in! We had to meet at the TreeHouse because Obummer took away our dacha privileges!

    Liked by 1 person

    • Kaco says:

      https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2017/jul/05/donald-trump-russia-investigation-fake-news-hillary-clinton

      This is the biggest bunch of B.S.

      “The role of Russian generated fake news is a separate strand which has gained less attention up to now, but the part it played in depressing the Clinton vote in key states like Wisconsin, Michigan and Pennsylvania in the critical last days of the 2016 campaign could have helped change the course of recent American history.”

      Can anyone from those states tell me what kind of fake news you got? How would this be any different than Correct the Record/ShareBlue trolls that go on conservative websites anyway?

      Please don’t tell me this is going to lead to internet censorship. Everybody should know the internet is the wild west.

      “Investigators are looking into whether Trump supporters and far-right websites coordinated with Moscow over the release of fake news, including stories implicating Clinton in murder or paedophilia, or paid to boost those stories on Facebook.”

      As far as I’m concerned, those charges are unresolved. Who killed Monica Petersen?

      Liked by 3 people

  17. Joe says:

    In the macro, the view is clear – As M33 said : the world is a safer place.

    But what gets me is a micro view: the famous Strawman Argument that the left has employed since the 60’s – and very successfully – this time it was to be Russia has been utterly defeated.

    Trump exploded that and shltlibs have nowhere to turn, they could ALWAYS count on the Strawman Argument. The LSM would carry their water and shltlibs could divide and conquer.

    CNN – 13th in cable ratings; being beaten by reruns and cartoons. Russia agrees to a Syrian ceasefire.

    Just. Incredible.

    Liked by 8 people

  18. StormyeyesC says:

    Flipping channels CNN banner says “Trump did not accept Putin denial of meddling” MSNBC Banner says “Trump accepted Putin’s denial”. Laughable

    Liked by 11 people

  19. sundance says:

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  20. Gil says:

    Mayhap we are seeing another of portion obummers legacy ending.

    Liked by 11 people

  21. Lane Bellman says:

    Body language differences are amazing. Putin looks on the defensive or like a kid at a party who is not truly at ease… Unlike our President Trump who is at ease, relaxed and commanding at the same time. Compare that to meetings Obama had with Putin. Clearly the alpha dog Putin is alpha no longer. And Obama was nothing but a whelp.

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    • RC says:

      You might also hazard that Putin was conflicted when first introduced to President Trump.

      During Oliver Stone’s 20-hour interview with the Russian leader ( of which four hours are viewable on YouTube ) , Putin expressed his impression that since President Reagan’s partnership with Gorby, the US Deep State has run US foreign affairs; with our Presidents — the Bushes, Clinton, Obama — merely cyphers.

      So Putin may have been asking himself whether straight-talk with President Trump would be worthwhile.

      By the end of the 150-minute meeting, Putin seemed much less tense, indeed quietly positive. Professor Cohen spoke with Tucker Carlson tonight of a potential partnership between these leaders on matters of joint concern, such as jihadism.

      Time will tell. Professor Cohen stated that any future agreements between the two leaders will be subjected to vicious attack by the US Deep State and Media allies.

      How come? Our Deep State presently spends over $1 Trillion per year in Intelligence and Military expenditures, over ten times what Russia spends. To justify such spending, our Deep State needs bad actors. If Putin were not a demon — who else can be creditably demonized.

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  22. NYGuy54 says:

    Meanwhile in the newsrooms at CNN and MSNBC

    Liked by 20 people

  23. treehouseron says:

    Seems like a good place to remind everybody, Hillary Clinton threatened World War III (the war to end the earth) with Russia because her campaign chairman fell for a porn video phishing scam email.

    Liked by 5 people

  24. stillers213 says:

    Breaking News!: Anonymous sources are reporting that the meeting between the two presidents ran late due to the two leaders “yucking” it up while sharing CNN memes.

    Liked by 14 people

  25. louche9 says:

    In the first video with the image of Trump and Putin, did anyone else hear, at the start of the yelling of questions after both men had made their statements, “President Putin, did you rig the election?” I hope I misheard.

    Liked by 1 person

  26. Jim Peters says:

    RESPECT.

    At last, Russia now respects – and fears – an American POTUS.

    Look at the video. Check out how Putin is acting. He knows Trump is the real deal.

    Putin was on time and ready to go. They clearly spoke for hours. Which means Tillerson, Mnuchin etc did too. Lots to talk about.

    Putin is smart enough to know that Trump isn’t bluffing and that POTUS has more leverage. He know what we all know – that Trump KNOWS Putin’s an evil sob, and regards him as an enemy.

    Trump can place US military assets on his border.

    Trump can severely damage Russia’s energy leverage over Europe (already has).

    Trump can place severe sanctions on the Russian economy.

    The cards are with Trump. But POTUS is still open to a deal, simply because Russia is an important power with common interests.

    Putin is a bit smarter than Xi. He knows he isn’t dealing with a fool anymore. He can maybe strike a deal with POTUS that helps him and his garbage nation survive.

    But that’s it. Any false move, any games and Trump will bury him. Just watch what’s about to happen to the Chinese.

    It’s a crossroads for Vlad. He can try and take Trump on – and lose badly. But if he’s real smart, he can agree to bargain from a weak hand.

    Once again, though, no tricks allowed. Trump is way ahead of all these politicians, he’s learned every trick in the book on the streets of NYC in construction. Any funny business from Vlad and it’s the end for our little Russian dictator.

    These two guys respect each other. That counts for a lot. And if they can work together, it’s a good thing for the world.

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  27. mikeyboo says:

    Pres Putin seemed to vacillate between boredom, amusement, and contempt for the whole dog and pony show. Pres Trump probably feels the same way but hides it better. Their mutual impatience for empty rhetoric and foolishness is probably helpful in establishing a working relationship.

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  28. AND …………… They are still pushing the Russia collusion story. Here are some thoughts.

    1. There is more evidence that it was Seth Rich, and not the Russians.
    2. Seeing as the server was unsecured (including Huma Abedin’s computer), then it could have been any number of others who also hacked in. Poodesta even clicked on a fishing email, and gave away his data (remember?)
    3. China is the biggest hacker in the world, with no mention of them.
    4. They have totally overlooked the corrupt content of what was discovered on the servers.
    5. The DNC did not hand over their servers, despite a request by the FBI and CIA. How is that possible? How come Crowd strike can pass for government oversight?
    6. The Americans, and every other nation, since time began, have been influencing foreign elections through subversion. We spied on Merkle, and influenced the israeli elections, just for starters.
    7. Obama knew they were trying to get access and they did nothing.

    And finally, what is the CIA, and all the other alphabet security networks? That’s right, they are an intelligence gathering organization, or, as the layman likes to call, a spy network. It is their job to spy on others, to get info by whatever means, and to pass it on, including foreign governments

    I think some people believe that what happens, is that men in dark suits and trilby hats follow people around, and meet people in empty parks, exchange brief cases, and say stuff like “the eagle has flown southwards”. But it’s not true. All spying now is done with remote technology. It is generally young kids with powerful lap tops, and high knowledge of how computer networks work. The have access to peoples GPS, iphones, laptops, TV’s, and security cameras. They can hear and follow them everywhere from the comfort of their own home.

    Do we hack into other nations? I hope we do, otherwise, they are in dereliction of their duty. If they are not spying and hacking and influencing, then why is the CIA here? If we don’t do it, lets just shut them down, and Homeland Security. Is Russia doing the same? Of course they are, it’s their job. With such facts, don’t be so surprised if they do, like John McCain and Lyndsay Graham.

    The pearl clutching and hypocrisy from the Democrats and leftist media is just outrageous. They really really do think that voters are just dumb. In fact, they rely on that to get their faux message across.

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    • America First says:

      Re: your #1- Apparently, the MSM has succeeded in obfuscating and burying the fact that a former British ambassador came out MONTHS AGO and volunteered that he was the one who gave the DNC emails to Wikileaks, and that he obtained them from a disgruntled DNC employee in a meeting at American University.

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  29. Two points if I may…
    1. The deafening shutter noise is totally unnecessary in the digital age.
    2. Putin looks a bit ‘beta’ by continually looking on the ground and avoiding eye contact with Trump.

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  30. Jim Peters says:

    Alpha Male Apex Predator (Trump) meets alpha male predator.

    Putin’s tough, but he knows when he’s met his match. Careful, Vlad. Don’t play games. Won’t turn out well for you.

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  31. NJF says:

    I haven’t beeen able to keep up with everything.

    But respect the Lion!

    Liked by 5 people

  32. Troublemaker10 says:

    Wiw. The more that comes out on Muh Russia story the stranger this whole thing gets.

    Liked by 3 people

  33. Lawrence says:

    I’ve become conditioned from the propaganda to believe that Putin is such a tiger. Then I watched this short video and it’s clear from the demeanor and body language that President Trump OWNS Putin and he knows it. MAGA 3X!!!!

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  34. Mike says:

    I watched the little vid of Trump and Putin. Wow, two adults, acting like adults. What a novel concept! Very refreshing.

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  35. NC PATRIOT says:

    Our Lion—against their Tiger

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  36. Kaco says:

    I don’t know if we’re supposed to read the body language but Putin seemed withdrawn or subdued, barely making eye contact, acted very quiet-like and meek. PT seemed open, upbeat, friendly, and engaged.

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  37. Howie says:

    Putin/Trump…
    Where’s the PROOF?

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  38. treehouseron says:

    Transcript:

    PDJT – “Hey, nice to meet you. ”

    Putin – “And you as well, we’ve talked by phone of course.”

    PDJT – “Absolutely. Smile for the silly reporters.”

    Putin – “Are these the ones that give you trouble?”

    PDJUT – “Yeah, they think they do. Listen, who you think’s gonna win the McGregor-Mayweather fight????”

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  39. SG says:

    it seems as if Trump was born for this role.

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  40. mdt123 says:

    OT why is this website going crazy. even clicking a Like button takes 5 minutes and brings you to the top of the page. It is unusable at least for me in chrome.

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    • nimrodman says:

      To my understanding, it’s caused by those video-clip adverts near the top of the page and just to the right. They “yank” you back to the top to force you to view them. I believe WordPress stages them, I think they’re not placed by the Treehouse.

      To that extent, they’re unavoidable. The only solutions are to use an adblocker or to read the page with javascript turned off.

      I use both methods, I do most of my reading with security set to “high” in Internet Exlplorer 11. If I want to comment, I write comments in a text file then copy them and paste into the comment box. You can’t be in the comment box with java on and without an ad blocker for more than about 10 seconds without getting yanked to the top. Similar with “likes”.

      If I’ll be doing more commenting or liking than one or two, I’ll enable Adblocker Plus in my browser. I don’t keep it on all the time because it interferes with pages loading on other sites.

      Pain in the butt workarounds, but that’s the state of my browsing. I’m on a desktop.

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  41. nwtex says:

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  42. I kept trying to remember the Russian spokesperson that talked about this. She has blonde hair and handled the press expertly. I couldn’t find it on RT news but Infowars had the link.

    Published on Mar 29, 2017
    Russia may go on the offensive against the Democrats’ red herring of “Russia-Hacked_Our-Election” narrative. The allegations and investigations haven’t produced any evidence but Russia’sForeign Ministry Spokesperson suggested today that Russia may “publish leaks” about “secrets” the Obama administration asked the Russian government to keep private.

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  43. Mike diamond says:

    Putin has real info to send some demo- rats to prison!

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