I don’t love or hate Vladimir Putin, says Donald Trump

Written by | October 6, 2016 | 0

Washington: US Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump has shrugged off allegations that he would be too close to Vladimir Putin if elected, saying he was unsure of his relationship with the Russian President.

“I don’t love. I don’t hate. We’ll see how it works,” 70-year-old Trump said at an election rally in Reno, Nevada, a day after Senator Tim Kaine, Democratic vice presidential candidate slammed him for praising Putin. “We’ll see. Maybe we’ll have a good relationship.

Maybe we’ll have a horrible relationship. Maybe we’ll have a relationship right in the middle. I can say this. If we got along with Russia and Russia went out with us and knocked the hell out of ISIS, that’s OK with me, folks. That’s OK with me,” Trump, who had described Putin as a better leader than US President Barack Obama, said.

Trump alleged that the allies of the US are not paying their fair share. “Foreign countries like Russia and China do not respect us. Do you ever see Hillary Clinton when she wants to talk tough about Putin They say, Donald Trump loves Putin,” he said, adding that he has no strong feeling about the Russian leader.

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