At the G20 summit in Hangzhou last night, Russian President Vladimir Putin and his U.S. counterpart Barack Hussein Obama went head to head over the pressing issues causing “gaps of trust” between them.
Reportedly, the two leaders exchanged proverbial blows over the Apocalypse preview that is Syria, with Putin flexing for the Syrian government forces of Assad and its allies while Obama cracked his knuckles for the Free Syrian Army and its affiliates.
Personally, whatever strategy curb-stomps the ISIS mob out of existence and stops this Islamic migrant invasion into Europe and beyond is what I’ll be backing.
Next on the agenda were the DNC hacks, that have crippled crooked Hillary’s Presidential campaign of late, which she and Obama have publicly blamed on Putin (although there is absolutely no evidence to support these allegations).
Frankly even if Putin had been behind the hacks, what came out as a result should be worthy of a Pulitzer Prize for Public Service (like Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein received for their reporting on the Watergate scandal).
Lastly, Ukraine apparently got raised, where Obama reportedly told Putin to ‘stop the violence’, which Putin would likely have laughed at given Obama’s molly-coddling of American Left-wing domestic terrorists.
As tensions tighten, the conversation continues.
Food for thought