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Best summary of Biden/Putin Summit

Former President Donald J. Trump joined Sean Hannity on Fox News for an exclusive interview Wednesday night. Trump slammed Biden’s meeting with Putin at the Geneva summit and said "I think it was a good day for Russia."

"Well, I guess the overall is we didn't get anything. We gave a very big stage to Russia and we got nothing," former President Trump said.

"We gave up something that was unbelievably valuable. I stopped the pipeline, Nord Stream,…that pipeline was stopped and it was given back and nothing was gotten for it," Trump said referring to the Biden administration allowing Russia to resume building the pipeline compared to them halting pipeline production in the US.

"It was another day and a performance art. You'll take a look at how various people performed, namely the two people [Biden and Putin], and you have to form your own judgment."

"It was, I think it was a good day for Russia. I don't see what we got out of it," former President Trump told Hannity.

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( June 18th, 2021 @ 11:52 am )
Beijing Biden is sure enough a national embarrassment. If Sleepy Joe were to get too sleepy to pretend anymore, we do have options.

Our current presidential order of succession:
1- Kamala Harris, VP; 2- Nancy Pelosi, House Speaker; 3- Patrick Leahy, Sen. Pres. Pro-Tem; 4- Antony Blinkin, Sec. of State; 5- Janet Yellen, Sec. of Treas.; 6- Lloyd Austin, Sec. of Defense; 7- Merrick Garland, AG; 8- Deb Haaland, Int. Sec.; 9- Tom Vilsack, Ag. Sec.; 10- Gina Raimondo, Commerce Sec.; 11- Marty Walsh, Labor Sec.; 12-Xavier Becerra, Sec. Health & Human Services; 13- Marcia Fudge, Housing & Urban Dev. Sec.; 14- Pete Buttigieg, Trans. Sec.; 15- Miguel Cardona, Ed. Sec.; 16- Denis McDonough, Vet. Affairs Sec.; Jennifer Granholm, Energy Sec.; Alejandro Mayorkas, Homeland Security Sec.

We are so screwed.
( June 18th, 2021 @ 9:48 am )
Imposter President Biden's performance at the G7 Conference was so indelibly pathetic even some rouge propagandists are asking more appropriate questions of the Fool President, which begs the question: Are there splinter factions in the corrupt Democratic Socialist Propagandist Media beginning the search for some other Democratic Socialist to prop-up as their leader?

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