Saturday, June 3, 2017

Where's the beef?

What is going on with the President's focus on Russia? What benefit does he expect to present to the American people with whatever policy he's pursuing?

On January 19, 2017, Russia was in a bad spot with the Russian sanctions, and today, with Administration attempting to evade or eliminate the sanctions and the return of the Russian estates, Russian President Putin makes jokes on international television about American elections.

Russia shows no inclination to leave Crimea nor to end the fighting in Ukraine; and it still props up the Assad regime. The U.S., on the other hand, alienates NATO and alarms our European allies.

The day before the Administration assumed power, we were in a stronger position vis-a-vis Russia than we are today.

What, materially, have we gained from this?

What is the plan, Mr. President?

How is this contributing to American greatness?

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