Trump’s campaign rhetoric is the “biggest dream of everyone in the Kremlin,” Tina Khidasheli, defense minister of Georgia, a U.S. ally, told The Post. “It’s scary, it’s dangerous, and it’s irresponsible.”
Her view is shared in the United States by leading Russia experts from both political parties.
Michael McFaul, who stepped down in 2014 as the U.S. ambassador to Russia, said Trump’s stance toward Russia “makes everyone I talk to around the world nervous — and it makes me nervous.”
David J. Kramer, who served as deputy assistant secretary of state dealing with Russia during the George W. Bush administration, said he was “appalled” by Trump’s approach.
Monday, July 25, 2016
Donald Trump Owes His Soul To Vladimir Putin
Donald Trump owes lots of money to the Russians, which helps explain why he is willing to sacrifice NATO unity and Eastern European independence to Vladimir Putin: