Long Conversation – President Trump Talks To Russian President Putin…

Yesterday while exiting the White House, President Trump told reporters he had just finished a 90 minute phone call with Russian President Vladimir Putin:

“We had a great call with President Putin. We’re talking about peace in Syria — very important. We’re talking about North Korea. We had a call that lasted almost an hour and a half. We’ve just put out a release on the call. But we’re talking very strongly about bringing peace for Syria. We’re talking about very strongly about North Korea and Ukraine.” (transcript)

Important to note that conversation was longer than would have been possible at any of the Bilat’s (Bilateral Discussion) during the ASEAN Summit or APEC Meeting in Asia.  A further review of the White House readout:

President Donald J. Trump today spoke with President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia for more than one hour. The presidents affirmed their support for the Joint Statement of the United States and the Russian Federation, issued at the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation Summit on November 11.

Both presidents also stressed the importance of implementing U.N. Security Council Resolution 2254, and supporting the U.N.-led Geneva Process to peacefully resolve the Syrian civil war, end the humanitarian crisis, allow displaced Syrians to return home, and ensure the stability of a unified Syria free of malign intervention and terrorist safe havens.

The two presidents affirmed the importance of fighting terrorism together throughout the Middle East and Central Asia and agreed to explore ways to further cooperate in the fight against ISIS, al-Qaeda, the Taliban, and other terrorist organizations.

President Trump and President Putin also discussed how to implement a lasting peace in Ukraine, and the need to continue international pressure on North Korea to halt its nuclear weapon and missile programs. (link)

♦President Trump wants Putin to withdraw any strategic interference surrounding the North Korea denuclearize plan he has assembled with regional allies and China.  President Putin would prefer being able to retain a position of influence toward the DPRK.

♦Russian President Putin seems to want Trump to shift/modify his position on allowing Bashir Assad to remain in power in Syria.  President Trump and SoS Rex Tillerson have outlined a prior plan for a regional governorship and a unity government framework.

It would appear there’s some deal-making in the works.

 

 

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200 Responses to Long Conversation – President Trump Talks To Russian President Putin…

  1. scott467 says:

    “But we’re talking very strongly about bringing peace for Syria. ”

    _______________

    McCain is gonna be so mad…

    Liked by 42 people

    • Sylvia Avery says:

      Yes. His head just might explode. Oh, too soon? Sorry…..

      Liked by 25 people

    • filia.aurea says:

      McCain is already mad – insane that is..

      Liked by 12 people

    • Pam says:

      He’s basically that way all the time. I can’t tell much of a difference. 😉

      Like

    • chojun says:

      I agree. This is the crazy thing. There is no civil war in Syria. It was just one massive proxy war with 3-4 different sides. As soon as President Trump got into the White House the terrorists started losing, the MB-backed rebels (a-k-a Al Qaeda) stopped being supplied, the Syrian army began retaking cities, McCain got brain cancer, and suddenly we’re talking about Syrian peace with Vladimir Putin.

      Crazy what happened as soon as Obama set one foot outside the White House.

      Liked by 20 people

      • The Demon Slick says:

        I agree mostly, but there was actually a civil war in Syria. What the media lies about is the “moderate” Syrian opposition. They’re actually al-Qaeda. It was all part of Obama’s Arab spring. But in Syria, the Alawite responded to brutal Islamic rebels with brutal Islamic dictator moves, including barrel bombs and chemical weapons. I don’t care if Assad stays in power. He’s relatively benign as far as brutal Islamic dictators go. But he needs to kick out Iran in exchange for us allowing him to live. Ironically, if it wasn’t for Obama and McCain arming a terrorist army against him, he might have never invited Iran in. And nobody ever even talks about the Chinese soldiers there. Just more of Obama’s mess for President Trump to clean up.

        Liked by 8 people

        • Obumma is a MUSLIM PERIOD.
          and he HATES WHITE PEOPLE AND AMERICA.
          AND IS A FRAUD, I HOPE HE DROPS OFF A SHORT CLIFF AND TAKES HILLARY BEAST WITH HIM.

          Liked by 5 people

        • John says:

          there was not a civil war in syria until obama/hillary started it. horrible regime, but stable and relatively unthreatening outside its own borders, like libya, until a pair of dumbasses decided to break the toilet and spill s**t everywhere

          Liked by 3 people

          • DeploraBilly says:

            Indeed. Not that horrible of a regime, as secular Arab regimes go. It’s all relative of course. And, more than a pair of dumbasses. The list of dumbassery is long. And now, long gone. Thank God.

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            • Cuppa Covfefe says:

              And all of the refauxgees supposedly from Syria are streaming into Germany and northern Europe via Spain, Greece, and just about anywhere no-one’s looking.

              Great. Now we can send them all back…

              Oh, wait. They don’t have proper documentation. We don’t know (ha) where to send them to…

              Liked by 1 person

              • reverence1 says:

                The Syrians I talked to here in Germany are families, that came here mainly to get education for their children, another case he wanted medical treatment for his son (but they had very good doctors in Syria, those doctors leaving the fastest). They were not from areas devastated by war, but from relatively intact areas. They come here because of their deam of Germany. Now they complain having paid so much to the human traffickers. This trafficking together with drugs and other nice things is a mega-mega-operation and needs to be stopped. Currently they are very strong. Whenever one route is closed to Europe they open another route.
                Germans have been taught to feel guilty since 1945. To do the necessary re-alignmit is very difficult, but will come, Interesting enough Spiegel titles “Stunde Null”, a term pointing to 8.5.1945 0:00):
                https://magazin.spiegel.de/SP/2017/48/?utm_source=spon&utm_campaign=centerpage
                (the guy in the background is head of FDP)

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          • Carrie2 says:

            John, actually was a quiet country and Assad let all faith beliefs live there in peace. Then came the paid for (many by Obama and our Congress allowing same) to many broken off parts of ISIS to invade and that includes Obama’s Muslim Brotherhood, to stir things up. With Trump not paying these killers and traitors, and Putin likewise, things are calmer and moving back to when it as a country of peace. Problem is a few countries want to take over Syria because it is the pathway of moving oil out. Iran, a once worthwhile country, got it sick-minded islamic leader and now it is nothing but a nuclear bomb builder each and every day and soon something nasty will have to be done. Never forget Obama sent gold and unmarked money (our money) to Iran. Why O was allowed back on our soil instead of being arrested, thrown in prison and then a rope necklace day in a public place is beyond me. Goes in poor, comes out a millionaire as a bought and paid for puppet with a choom fried brain- uh, uh, uh, is what we mostly heard and without a teleprompter unable to do anything, and even when with 3rd graders! We were royally suckered but now we have Trump and a future for many countries and their citizens. God is good and I am thanking God today (as I do every day) for America, Trump and the world starting to turn right side up.

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        • Kent says:

          obamas ‘arab spring’ was about enabling islamists to gain control of whatever country was being undermined/targeted…

          nothing whatsoever to do with democracy…..the exact opposite, in fact.

          Liked by 2 people

      • Karl Pomeroy says:

        Trump works behind the scenes. But whatever he does it works! No more Kurdistan, like the Obamanistas wanted, but a unified Syria with Assad in charge! 😀

        Liked by 2 people

        • Cuppa Covfefe says:

          I wouldn’t mind a Kurdistan, just to watch “Airheadman” spin and twist every day in fiery anger. He’s an SOB Islamist crook, and his son is no better… Plus it would give the rioting Kurds (here in Germany) somewhere else to go to…

          Liked by 1 person

      • olderwiser21 says:

        Actually, not crazy at all. Good riddance, Barry, you HUGE pile of whatever…..

        Liked by 1 person

  2. Sylvia Avery says:

    I trust PDJT to do the best he can for us in his negotiations with Putin. I am not afraid of him being “played” by Putin as some in the talking head industry put it. Putin’s Russia is a fact of life. We’re better of dealing with it than trying to ignore it. Realpolitik, baby.

    Liked by 27 people

    • Oldschool says:

      Agree sylvia.

      Liked by 5 people

    • Plus the fact that we can literally bury them economically … see: China.

      …and they know it.

      Liked by 10 people

      • chojun says:

        I agree. The Russian Federation is still recovering from the collapse of the Soviet Union. Outside of energy they don’t have an over-arching economic strategy like China’s one-belt one-road. At this point Russia has no choice but to play nice with the regional powers.

        Liked by 5 people

    • filia.aurea says:

      Sylvia, both Presidents Trump and Putin have an honest basis on which to negotiate, i.e. they will both strive to achieve the best result for their nation. Just as Trump faces threats from the “new world order” oligarchy, Putin – also a Christian – faces the same threats. President Trump will find no better ally than Putin in the global community, which is why the deep state and their puppets have made such extraordinary efforts to thwart POTUS and Putin from striking an alliance. We have much to be thankful for this coming holiday season.

      Liked by 20 people

    • The Demon Slick says:

      Ikwahn infiltrators in the US intelligence agencies and the state dept are desperate to prevent a Trump/Putin alliance against them.

      Liked by 5 people

    • Sayit2016 says:

      The libs just can not admit that President Trump is not the amateur Obama was.

      Liked by 9 people

    • fleporeblog says:

      Sylvia our President has Putin and his entire economy in the cusp of his hands. The Russian economy is completely aligned to its ability to sell fuel ⛽️. 70% of their GDP comes from the sale of fuel ⛽️. The fact that the USA 🇺🇸 is now in the Energy business and beginning to ramp up the number of refineries as well as companies that can refine LNG (we currently have one), that spells disaster for Russia 🇷🇺. They had to admit a month ago that they are anticipating a barrel of oil to be between $40 to $60. Russia 🇷🇺 doesn’t have the technological advances that our companies have. Meaning it cost them more per barrel than us.

      That is some serious leverage!

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      • fleporeblog says:

        https://worldview.stratfor.com/article/weekly-rundown-russia-anticipates-sluggish-growth-and-long-reign-appears-over-zimbabwe

        From the article linked above:

        Russia in the Red? Russia’s lower house of parliament, the Duma, approved the draft federal budget for 2018-20 on Nov. 17, in one of the government’s larger struggles among the elites, ministers and big business. The budget’s conservative estimates and spending reveal how the Kremlin will try to muddle through economic stagnation for the next few years. The government also set a reserved expectation of oil prices for next year at $40 a barrel, with any revenues above that price going into the Kremlin’s reserves. The move indicates government preparation for a string of financial fires next year, as Russia is pushing through a banking crisis, a regional government debt disaster and demands for bailouts from a handful of large strategic firms. The Kremlin is set to keep the country financially and economically stable as it faces two critical elections in 2018. The budget, as expected, increases social spending ahead of the elections. A question looms over the future of defense spending, which is largely hidden in the budget. Moscow is embroiled in multiple military theaters and is attempting a strategic rearmament.

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    • KPomeroy says:

      Screamingly funny. The anti-Putin crowd on Twitter are calling Trump a “Putin-puppet”. They think Trump and Putin arranged this little coup that’s happening in Lugansk! Well, if they did arrange anything, it would be more steps toward world peace. Glad these guys got to talk a long time.

      Liked by 4 people

  3. freq says:

    excellent, Mr. President… keep talking… ignore the garbage press…
    Godspeed President Trump…

    Liked by 14 people

  4. Dobegirl says:

    And no one is better at making this deal than our President.
    As an added bonus we can send all of the “refugees” home too.
    Not that they’ll go willingly or peacefully (we well know that this is an invasion, not a refugee problem), but I’m sure PDJT has a plan for that too.
    Winning!!!!!

    Liked by 13 people

    • The “refugees” don’t want to go home?
      That is a problem.
      Solution: Put some ICE on it!

      Liked by 10 people

    • webgirlpdx says:

      No one understands how manipulated the press can be than Putin. That’s why he laughs at them, our American Press. I believe he understands that President Trump has the backing of most of America…..and will deal with him with respect.

      Liked by 15 people

    • filia.aurea says:

      The Syrian people began to return home (to the rubble that was once their modern cities) three months ago. The ‘refugee’ problem is not being caused by genuine Syrians. If you recall, President Assad and others warned the international community many months ago that following the invasion by radical forces, theft of Syrian passports and machines had occurred, and the refugee population was infested with radical muslim terrorists from all over the middle east and beyond.

      Liked by 9 people

    • KPomeroy says:

      I heard some of the “refugees” went home for vacation, then tried to go back—to Europe that is! Wow! A vacation in the land of terror.

      Like

  5. Paul Revere says:

    I am glad to see our President finally engaging Russia overtly. All the crap libs and traitors have flung against the wall…none of it has stuck! I do not pretend to know if Putin is a bad guy or not. That fact is a reflection of our untrustworthy intelligence community and past government leadership. Frankly, I do not think he is as bad a character as he is made out to be. He strikes me as a leader of a great nation, working for his people.
    What I do trust is when our President say’s he wants to make nice with Russia and do some deals. I can get behind that, and look forward to some great deals out of Russia.

    Liked by 24 people

    • sejmon says:

      Paul Revere…VVP- is russian patriot,like nature,judo(active),ice hokey (often play),animal lover(fising&hunting is his hobby)..he is orthodox Christian. He can debate,argue with anyone,good in history,philoshophy-speak english,german…

      Liked by 3 people

    • NCPatrick says:

      I swear if I have to see Col Ralph Peters expounding one more time, my remote control is going to blow up. Maybe it’s because it’s pre-holiday but seems like his frowning mug is on Fox every day. I think he’s an idiot, an idiot who fears Russia. Our President knows precisely who he’s dealing with Mr. Peters; he does not need you to tell him.

      And also John Bolton .. I think Bolton is still mad that he didn’t get the gig with Trump’s State Department, but if you haven’t listened to him recently, he is not smiling much these days. . Bolton ruined Lou Dobbs’ show for me last night by pointing out that North Korea could have bombs raining down on US by the end of December, sanctions have never worked and we’ll just have to flex our muscles.

      I do not care how many glorious victories President Trump achieves; these two losers are quick to say that it was stupid or risky or hot headed or whatever. Nothing Trump does will ever please these two losers. Lord knows I’m a realist, but I am so sick of the gloom and doom.

      Liked by 14 people

      • joshua says:

        where does being a Col make someone an expert on anything. Sorry, but my oldest retired a USAF Col. And there were tons of majors and cols all over. too many for the needed jobs in fact. And no one wanted to be a General because then you lost the ability to go where you wanted to go and had to go wherever THEY decided you were needed or suited etc.

        Liked by 3 people

      • abstain says:

        Bolton is an inflexible Hawk.
        He’s just frightening.

        Liked by 2 people

      • Dekester says:

        NC Patrick, I agree 100%

        I know we can cut the cord. However a little T.V. is a part of our life for the foreseeable future.

        The Fox shows desperately need new blood. The old pre election clowns have had their day, and need to move on. Most cannot hide their disdain for your President.

        Liked by 1 person

      • bessie2003 says:

        So glad to see others can’t abide those two either!

        Liked by 1 person

      • Ditch Mitch says:

        Patrick, don’t let them ruin your day. Peters leans left and does not give coherent answers. I watched him on Trish Regan this week and they talked about PDJT/PXJ and DPRK. Peters was all over the place, Trish got frustrated and tore him a new one. He ended the segment by listing his credentials to show how smart he is. Jack Keene is much better.

        Bolton on the other hand is a neocon, nation builder and leans towards strong armed foreign policy.

        Have a Happy Thanksgiving!

        Liked by 2 people

        • Coldeadhands says:

          Jack Keane is a retired 4 star general and former Vice Chief of Staff. Peters is a retired Lieutenant Colonel. That puts them in different universes, except that Peters has a very high opinion of himself.

          Liked by 2 people

    • The Demon Slick says:

      Of course Putin is a bad guy. That’s irrelevant. Most world leaders are bad guys. What’s important is that Putin is predictable in his own way. He can be counted on to act in the best interests of Russia. That’s about as honest as geopolitics can ever be.

      Liked by 2 people

      • G. Combs says:

        I always remember Putin’s very good handling of the idiotic Green Peace saboteurs who climbed on to a Russian Arctic Oil Drilling rig. He held them in a Siberian jail and then released them at Christmas.

        Too bad President Trump and President Xi Jinping didn’t do the exact same thing to those thieving basketball players.

        Liked by 4 people

    • Sayit2016 says:

      I mean really… what did they expect President Trump to do meet Putin in an underpass under the cover of darkness ? Trump does things out in the open….once again libs projecting their shady crap on Trump. Trump is for America and what is best for OUR country…. Obama knows he can not say that.

      Liked by 3 people

  6. tessa30 says:

    At least now, since the hvac system has been replaced, there are no leaks regarding President Trump’s conversations! He’s a very smart man is our POTUS!

    Liked by 25 people

  7. Deborah @UnTamedInSD says:

    which will Putin give up first Ukraine or allowing Bashir Assad to remain in power in Syria.?

    Liked by 4 people

    • sejmon says:

      Honey….you really know about Ukraine&Syria about same as airhead who watch CNN…Ukraine is basket case of Europe ,killing ethnic Russians in eastern part-10,000+ since april 2014..It is up to syrian ppl if they wanna keep Dr.ASSAD in power .Last time more than 80%population voted for him…

      Liked by 3 people

    • Publius2016 says:

      Syria is lost without Sunni in power…Shi’a majority will link with Iran…probably cousin or nephew stays…Bashar is actually more British than Syrian…Deal for Russian to join “international” framework requires that Ukraine becomes “free”…deal could be made if the Neocons would stand down…but of course they promised that they would never convert the former bloc countries to the EU…we’ll see…not surprised to have a Hong Kong like transfer of power so Ukraine can be made into east and west

      Liked by 4 people

      • Deborah @UnTamedInSD says:

        Thanks Publius for the explaination! truly appreciate that!
        anything middle east and my eyes gloss over a bit LOL.. domestic affairs I feel i am on top of. I guess its a matter where ones interests lay.

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      • Maquis says:

        We just need to recognize that Crimea is Russian, and that Russia needs a secure defendable land route to it.

        A declaration of a pending division that accounts for geography, allowing those of various ethnicities and alliegances to decide which side of the imminent border they wish to live on before it is filly implementer, would solve most all of the current Ukraine/Russia crisis.

        Suck it up, git ‘et done, and MUGA, while Putin MRGWs and Trump MAGAs.
        WINNING!

        Liked by 2 people

    • michael says:

      Crimea is historically Russia

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    • G. Combs says:

      The Ukraine was another SOROS color revolution aided by Songbird McSlime. IIRC Soros picked the guy who is now ‘president’ (It was in one of the Podesta e-mails)

      Luboš Motl, a Czech physicist, was my go to when all the crap broke out about the Ukraine. (I have never trusted the YSM.)

      Here is one of his articles: https://motls.blogspot.com/2014/03/russia-can-hardly-allow-crimea-to.html

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      • Jenny R. says:

        It wasn’t that simple — and is a good lesson in how Soros exploits real issues a citizenry has to create chaos for gain.
        Ukraine’s president, Yanukovich, was Russia’s boy…until he wasn’t and cuddled with Merkel/Brussels…and then went back to Russia. He was corrupt and stupid, and the people of Ukraine had good reason to be done with him.
        No, Russia cannot afford to lose Sevastopol (they’re one big reason for wanting Crimea), but they were a bit stupid in not calling their idiot pet Ukrainian to heel. At that point, enter all the Color Revolution bs, and you have a country in chaos, creating more chaos, and one enriched Soros with a new pet.

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  8. BebeTarget says:

    Neither can be played and neither can be hoodwinked and they both know it. We are witnessing something we haven’t seen in generations. . . . . two strong, opposing leaders who have enough respect for one another to not try any funny business. There are enough similarities between the two (both love their country and it’s citizens, both want to defeat Islamists and both want to do what is best for their country) that progress is a definite possibility.
    Thank you God.

    Liked by 14 people

  9. Tommy Tunes says:

    Did you guys see this ???? Congressman Matt Gaetz Introduces Resolution Calling for Recusal of Mueller from Special Counsel
    https://gaetz.house.gov/media/press-releases/congressman-matt-gaetz-introduces-resolution-calling-recusal-mueller-special

    Liked by 10 people

  10. emet says:

    President Trump should have told reporters that Putin has agreed to help out with the 2018 midterm elections

    Liked by 29 people

  11. FL_GUY says:

    Look how President Trump towers over Putin. President Trump is a Great Man in Every way! 😃

    Liked by 1 person

  12. filia.aurea says:

    Happy Thanksgiving to all, and God bless our President and The Republic. These two men can change the future for us all. Luke 8:17 “For nothing is secret, that shall not be made manifest; neither any thing hid, that shall not be known and come abroad.”

    Liked by 7 people

    • FL_GUY says:

      Yes indeed, Happy Thanksgiving everyone. First time in many years I’ve had something to be thankful for and the first time in decades I have Hope and Optimism for the future!

      Liked by 5 people

  13. rumpole2 says:

    Long Conversation with Putin

    Time flies when you hook up with old buddies… reminisce about “the good old days”.. the election… the collusion… Hillary coughing… her falling over at Ground Zero, losing a shoe etc.

    Liked by 6 people

  14. PDQ says:

    I want to be the fly on the wall when they talk about U1.

    Liked by 2 people

  15. beaujest says:

    Why worry about Putin with all the Commies in Congress!

    Liked by 6 people

  16. MVW says:

    With Trump, you never know what his final target is. I think that Trump is using Putin’s support for Assad as a bargaining tool, and yes, I think his goal is not related to Syria, but Iran, Iran nuclear and terrorism networks.

    Putin is using Trump’s goal of denuclearized Korea peninsula as a bargaining tool.

    Trump is using sanctions put in place by 0-bama and Ukraine as a bargaining tool and Russia’s pipeline projects.

    Round and around the circuit they go and the village idiot media is being played by both Trump and Putin, both are laughing at the media. And the DhimmiRats, they are just pathetic.

    Liked by 1 person

    • jrapdx says:

      No doubt Trump has multiple targets in mind, and they’re all intertwined. Iran is tangled up with Syria and NK, Ukraine and pipelines, in complex loops these situations form one gigantic hairy knot.

      The idiotic “press” is unable to see the interweaving threads that bind the issues together. President Trump no doubt has a clear view of it, and probably Putin does too. While the interests of the countries may diverge in several ways, the value of eliminating threats to both countries is an impetus to make deals that peacefully resolve these vexing issues.

      Liked by 4 people

    • G. Combs says:

      “… Trump and Putin, both are laughing at the media.”

      I certainly think so.

      Liked by 4 people

  17. KPomeroy says:

    Incredible things are happening in the Lugansk People’s Republic in Donbass today and yesterday, and some enemy (pro-Ukraine) sources are attributing it to the Trump-Putin phone call. Could it be?

    There is something like a coup going on in Lugansk to depose the rather unpopular leader Igor Plotnitsky with his rival from the Interior Ministry Igor Kornet. No one knows who is in power at this point. Two explosions were heard in Donetsk and Lugansk, but may have no connection to this peaceful challenge of power. Meanwhile, the Ukrainian Army has taken advantage of the chaos and seized a village or two along the front line, imprisoning and harrassing the local citizens of the DPR. Some observers speculate this coup may lead to a unification of the DPR and LPR into the original Novorossiya. Full reports can be found at:

    Novorossiyadailysun.wordpress.com

    Liked by 2 people

  18. One hour and a half of long conversation! I’m surprised media hasn’t started their muh Russia again!

    Liked by 2 people

    • 🍺Gunny says:

      Just a thought. It is always about the money…always . How many departments in the CIA, State Dept have people totally dedicated to plans, strategies, alternative plans, department heads, totally and only for: “Russia is the Enemy” What will happen to all those people if Russia is no longer our enemy? What will Col. Peters talk about? McCain….I would venture to say thousands would be out of a job.
      They are all trying to save their butts….. Just saying

      Liked by 3 people

  19. blakeney says:

    I hope President Trump realizes that John McCain’s heart will be broken if we don’t get into a war with Russia before he clocks out. Well OK, if McCain actually had a heart, it would be broken.

    Liked by 3 people

  20. Red Nor Blue says:

    Just imagine the possibilities if we became friends with Russia. A truly new era will be upon us.

    Liked by 3 people

  21. Bendix says:

    I was just thinking today, as soon as talk turned to getting them a safe place somewhere closer to home, and not bringing them here, the years-long Syrian refugee ‘crisis’ kind of faded away.

    Liked by 1 person

  22. E, ROBOT says:

    Maybe like bubba and Lynch, they were talking about their grandchildren.

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