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As soon as it was announced that Donald Trump won the White House, many neo-com Democrats proclaimed that they would fight against everything Trump would try to accomplish. They didn’t care if it was good for the country or not, they were going to try to block everything just because Hillary lost.

In unprecedented fashion, a host of neo-com judges have bene using their positions on federal benches to block many of Trump’s actions even though Trump had every legal right to take the actions he took.

In a recent tweet, Trump blasted the haters and fools for hindering America’s efforts to solve the issues with North Korea, Russia, Syria and terrorism.

President Donald Trump doubled down on earlier statements, stressing on Twitter Saturday that having a positive relationship with Russia will advance U.S. interests.

Trump referred to those individuals holding the U.S. back “haters and fools.”

“When will all the haters and fools out there realize that having a good relationship with Russia is a good thing, not a bad thing. There always playing politics – bad for our country. I want to solve North Korea, Syria, Ukraine, terrorism, and Russia can greatly help!”

“If we had a relationship with Russia, that would be a good thing,” Trump told reporters in Vietnam Saturday.

The president slammed the Democrats for creating an “artificial barrier” between the U.S. and Russia, preventing the two major powers from working together on issues of mutual interest…

These haters and fools fail to understand that their actions are only leading to the total destruction and collapse of the United States and when that happens, they’ll realize that all of the rights and freedoms they are enjoying and abusing will no longer exist and then they’ll cry for their return, but it will be too late.




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