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I believe that Trump might be able to reach an agreement with Putin to remove Iranian troops from Syria, Putin’s cooperation in North Korea in exchange for some nuclear arms redaction

Posted on | July 14, 2018 | 3 Comments

I believe that Trump might be able to reach an agreement with Putin to remove Iranian troops from Syria, Putin’s cooperation in North Korea in exchange for some nuclear arms redaction

By Dr. Orly Taitz, ESQ

Reagan was able to make peace agreements with Gorbachev while US was supplying Afghan rebels with Stinger missile, which they used to down Russian planes and helicopters.

I believe Trump would be able to make some progress with Putin in spite of current tension. There are a number of areas where a progress can be made:

  1. Russian cooperation in removing Iran from Syria and possibly Yemen and ending hostilities there.
  2. Russian cooperation in denucleaization of Korean peninsula.
  3. Fighting Muslim terrorism. Putin has problems with the rise of Muslim radicalism in Chechnya, Dagestan, Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan, Kazakhstan, Tajikistan. I believe, Putin will be willing to work on those areas.
  4.   I believe that Trump will bring up the issue of hacking, however Putin will deny the allegations made in indictment and he will refuse to extradite his officers just as US presidents will refuse to extradite CIA officers to Russia should Russia or any other country decide to indict them. I believe this will end with some toothless sanctions against those officers who will not be traveling to US anyways and who likely do not have any bank accounts in the US or any business dealings in the US. Former Attorney General Michael Mukasey appeared today on Neal Cavutto show and was describing Mueller’s indictment of 12 Russian officers as pretty much a joke. Mukasey was saying that if Mueller was seriously planning to prosecute those people, he would have filed the indictment under seal, use some techniques to entice one of those officers to a country with which US has an extradition treaty and then unseal the indictment. Mukasey was saying that what Mueller did was not a serious indictment, not a serious attempt for prosecution, but rather an attempt to make some ripples, some noise, which happened right before Trump’s meeting with Putin.
  5. Some Democrats are saying that Trump should not have a one on one meeting with Putin, however, I am attaching below a link to an article describing a one on one meeting Obama had in 2012 with Medvedev promising Medvedev, then officially the President of Russia, but a de fact Putin’s puppet, “more flexibility after the election”. Obama whispered that and was caught on hot microphone. So, Trump is not doing anything different from what Obama did. Moreover, it was reported that Obama knew about Russian meddling during the election and did nothing about it, just told Putin to cut it off which made as much sense and was as effective as telling rain to cut it off and stop raining
  6. Lastly, I believe that in exchange for Putin’s cooperation in Syria, Yemen  and Muslim terrorism, Trump might agree to some bilateral redaction in nuclear weapons.
  7. Obama Caught on Microphone Telling Medvedev of ‘Flexibility’ – The …

    https://www.nytimes.com/…/obama-caught-on-microphone-telling-medvedev-of-flexibil…

    Mar 26, 2012 – Microphone Catches a Candid Obama. … “Yeah, I understand,” the departing Russian president said. … I will transmit this information to Vladimir,” Mr. Medvedev said, referring to Prime Minister Vladimir V. Putin, who just won an election to succeed Mr. Medvedev.

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3 Responses to “I believe that Trump might be able to reach an agreement with Putin to remove Iranian troops from Syria, Putin’s cooperation in North Korea in exchange for some nuclear arms redaction”

  1. Analyst
    July 14th, 2018 @ 10:27 am

    Notice how well O and the other “criminals” ARE still walking around?

    But anyone who is trying to solve the swamp draining are being hailed problem people.

    America needs to keep the (R) Revolution going this coming fall, with the midterms…!

    And those voters who are still “swimming in the swam” need to get a grip on reality before they vote!

  2. 12thGenerationAmerican
    July 14th, 2018 @ 10:49 am

    Mueller is a joke!

  3. 12th Generation American
    July 14th, 2018 @ 10:52 am

    Mueller IS a joke!

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