President Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin met for the first time since Trump was elected president of the United States. The two world leaders politely shook hands on Thursday, July 7, at the opening of the G20 summit in Hamburg, Germany.
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Settle in, folks. The next 4 years will be a long, bumpy ride, courtesy of America’s unprofessional news media. Yet another fake news story is making the rounds about President-elect Donald Trump. The leftwing media continues to throw tantrums over Hillary Clinton’s landslide loss to Trump.
Outgoing President Barack Obama made good on his promise to retaliate against Russian President Vladimir Putin for allegedly interfering in the U.S. presidential elections.
President Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton continue their blame-game tour — blaming everyone else for Clinton’s loss to Donald trump.
Have you been watching the news? Russia is threatening Word War 3 if U.S. President Barack Obama carpet bombs the Syrian army next week.
All the signs point to an imminent nuclear war between America, Russia, and America’s allies in NATO.
2 days after meeting with American President Barack Obama at the United Nations in NY, Russian President Vladimir Putin ordered airstrikes in Syria.
In addition, Putin warned Washington to keep U.S. fighter jets out of Syrian airspace.
The start of airstrikes by Russian warplanes in Syria this morning caught Obama and his administration totally off guard.
U.S. fighter jets were forced to scramble 16 times since June when Russian nuclear bombers penetrated U.S. airspace near the California and Canada coasts.
While semi-retired U.S. President Barack Obama plays golf and attends hundreds of Democratic fundraisers, Russian nuclear bombers repeatedly stray into U.S. airspace.
It appears that Russian President Vladimir is not respectful of President Obama or the U.S. military.
An unknown artist who calls himself Saint Hoax is receiving death threats for his latest art project.
The project titled “War Drags You Out,” features a series of digital illustrations of world leaders in drag.
Ugandan president Yoweri Museveni signed a controversial anti-gay bill into law earlier this week, sparking outrage and condemnation around the world.
The law makes gay sex acts illegal and punishable by up to 14 years in prison.
President Obama and U.S. Ambassador condemned the bill last week. And U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry called the law “a tragic day for Uganda and for all who care about the cause of human rights” and warned that Washington could cut aid to Uganda.
But undeterred by the U.S. protests, a Ugandan newspaper on Tuesday published a list of what it said was the country’s ‘Top 200’ homosexuals.