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Topic - Don and Vlad
Posted: July 10 2017 at 3:42pm By Technophobe
Oddly, considering my feelings about Trump, I believe he had no idea that Russia was: hacking US files, influencing the election, or indulging in any other covert activities until well after the election.   He may have had a few clues and theories, but no more than the rest of us suspicious B*****ds. 

He was not an experienced politician, nor (to my knowledge) privy to any intelligence information.  There is an "in" set of people and an "out" one.  He would have been in the latter until he became the "Chief".  Then, and ONLY then he would have been "clued in".

My personal beef with his Russian dealings start at that point.  As soon as there appeared to be election irregularities he should have DEMANDED an enquiry, and a thorough one.  Not wait until it started to make him look bad before suddenly and acrimoniously firing the man he had previously been praising whilst he dished the dirt on the Democrats.  Putting it another way: firing Comey = good, waiting till Comey switched sides first = bad.

Up until his Presidency, he had the right to do business with whom he willed.  His only loyalties should have been to his employees and shareholders.  

After the election, he needed to be transparently uninvolved in anything that gave his companies insider information, or used their influence upon the Presidency.  Both sides of that street need to close when you are in power.  Otherwise your people see a dictator, fleecing the country like a warlord in some backwater new republic of the third world - growing rich whilst their people starve. 

That is where he failed so miserably.  From over here that is how he appears, the only difference is that the country started our fairly rich and very powerful.  The path is never upward under such leadership,  I pray the path will be curtailed before too much damage is done.  I like America and its people.