Trump: Talks With Putin Will Be Easier Than NATO or Britain


President Donald Trump said his easiest meeting on his foreign trip to Europe this week may be his talks with Russian President Vladimir Putin—not the British prime minister or his Nato allies, CNN reports.

Trump spoke to reporters today before leaving for the NATO summit in Brussels, the first stop on his European tour which will then take him to Britain for talks with Theresa May before meeting Putin in Finland next Monday. Trump has been strongly critical of NATO, and the U.K. government is currently in crisis following two high profile resignations from May’s cabinet—foreign secretary Boris Johnson and Brexit minister David Davis.

“I have NATO. I have the U.K., which is in somewhat turmoil,” he said. “And I have Putin. Frankly, Putin may be the easiest of them all. Who would think?” Trump was asked if he sees Putin as a friend or foe, to which he replied: “I really can’t say right now, as far as I’m concerned, a competitor. A competitor.” Read more at CNN.



  1. What’s so surprising that it’ll be easier with Putin than with Britain and other EU countries run by Muslims?

    Hope when President Trump will stop over in Britain for talks, the British people would be very happy if he’ll bring up the subject of journalist Tommy Robinson, a political prisoner who’s languishing in jail among the most dangerous criminals for 13 months because he reported the atrocities of the Muslims in the country.


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