More people are implying that Russia has something on Trump. His behavior is certainly pro-Putin and anti-our allies. Why is he acting this way?
It’s frankly concerning that the President hasn’t made standing up to Russian aggression and securing our elections two of his top priorities. https://t.co/AoK7HuHMCR
— Mark Warner (@MarkWarner) July 15, 2018
After the NATO summit, G-7 meeting, and repeated efforts to disrupt the domestic politics of several individual allies (Germany, Canada, UK), Trump's behavior has reached the point where the issue is not whether, but why, he is determined to unravel the Western alliance. https://t.co/MU9HWwS5UV
— Ronald Brownstein (@RonBrownstein) July 15, 2018
So I was out walking the dogs all morning and came home to find out that Trump today called Europe our "foe." Almost a week after he said Russia wasn't our foe.
No wonder Putin is smiling.
— Joe Walsh (@WalshFreedom) July 15, 2018
I’m concerned we’re going to spend the week with, ‘Gee why won’t Trump stand up to Russia” headlines. fact: our POTUS is unequivocally behaving like a Russian asset. we need to deal w/ that openly and get beyond the ‘his behavior is odd’ phase
— Eric Boehlert (@EricBoehlert) July 15, 2018
Just watch: Trump will emerge from the Helsinki summit with some token concession from Putin and will take public credit for the illusory “win” while Putin secretly solidifies his US puppet’s value as an anti-EU, anti-NATO, pro-Assad, pro-Erdogan asset. All par for the course.
— Laurence Tribe (@tribelaw) July 15, 2018
He writes: "Trump’s own national security adviser said the Russian election attack constituted an “act of war.” So what does that make his boss? Some — including former CIA director John Brennan — now dare call it treason. That conclusion was once unthinkable. No longer." https://t.co/UzKuOhpSEv
— Laurie Garrett (@Laurie_Garrett) July 16, 2018
Joe Scarborough: “I know that even Donald Trump supporters know by this point that Vladimir Putin has something over Trump" https://t.co/igWDEyn8fK
— The Daily Beast (@thedailybeast) July 17, 2018
2 Dem senators and a recently retired GOP congressman are suggesting Putin has something on Trumphttps://t.co/RvFO7qLrj5
— Aaron Blake (@AaronBlake) July 17, 2018