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Putin: Trump On TV Is “Very Different From The Real Trump”

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At long last, the face-to-face meeting between Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin finally took place. Not surprisingly, there were no jabs thrown, and no security was needed to break the men apart at any point.

As Right Wing News explains, quite the contrary took place. Putin appears to have figured out in only 5 minutes what the U.S. mainstream media hasn’t been able to figure out in over a year: The Donald Trump seen on television is different from the Donald Trump in real life. The Donald Trump on television is also different than the one making policy, but far be it from the mainstream media to figure that out either…

From all outward appearances at least, it appears that the two world leaders got along quite well, and mixed in with their pleasantries, got a few critical business matters tended to as well.

ZeroHedge Writes:

Following President Trump’s earlier comments that his “meeting with Putin was tremendous,” the Russian President set an optimistic tone for future US relations, remarking that the Donald Trump seen on television is different from the one in real life, adding that “as for personal relations, I think that they are established.”

In his 25-minute press conference, Putin carefully touched on all the talking-point ‘tape-bomb gotchas’ expressing hope for Syria, explaining his views on the Russia-meddling accusations, and cycbersecurity.


The Hill reports that Putin reiterated that there is no reason to believe that Russia meddled in the US electoral process in 2016, and made it clear that he feels the president believes him…


Russia’s Putin applauds Trump win.


“He [Trump] asked many questions on that subject. I answered those questions as best I could. I think he took it into consideration and agreed with me, but you should really ask him how he feels about it.”

After his meeting with the US leader in Hamburg, he felt like relations between the two countries could at least partially be restored.

“As for personal relations, I think that they are established,” Putin said of his meeting with Trump.

“I think that if we continue building our relations like during our conversation yesterday, there are grounds to believe that we’ll be able to – at least partially – restore the level of cooperation that we need,” Putin said.

Regarding cybersecurity, RT reports the Russian leader said that he and Trump “agreed that there should never be a situation of uncertainty, especially in the future, in this sphere.”

The US president and I agreed that we’ll create a working group and work together on how to jointly monitor security in cyberspace, how to ensure unconditional compliance with international legal norms, and how to prevent interference in internal affairs of foreign countries,” Putin said.

“If we manage to organize this work – and I have no reasons to doubt that – then there will be no more speculation on this topic [of Russia meddling],” he added.

The situation in Syria was also addressed during the press conference, with Putin saying the new US administration had a “more pragmatic” stance on the issue.

“I think the [US] position became more pragmatic. It doesn’t seem to have changed drastically [compared to the Obama administration], but there’s an understanding that we can achieve a lot by joining forces,” he said.

This approach by Washington made possible the agreement on the southern de-escalation zone in Syria, which was “one of the breakthroughs” during Friday’s talks with Trump, the Russian president added. And cue CNN running 24 hour-a-day analysis of every word uttered by him to ‘prove’ he colluded to pre-de-throne Hillary and bring down American democracy.

Article posted with permission from The Last Great Stand. Article by Michael DePinto.

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