Watch CNN Host Get Owned by Russian Scholar Over Trump’s Ties to Russia

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Donald Trump represents a golden opportunity for America: he can repair our long estranged ties with Russia. His positive relationship with Putin and other prominent Russians is a boon, and yet liberal media continues to assault it.

When CNN asked one of America’s best Russian scholars, Stephen Cohen, to remark on the relationship, they were sorely disappointed. Cohen points out that the dangers between Russia and America are the greatest they’ve been since before the end of the Cold War, and we are in fact entering a new cold war.

Nuclear threat is real and present, and the only one who seems to be taking it seriously and presenting a solution is Donald Trump. Instead of learning from that, liberal media condemns him and accuses him of being a traitor.

Cohen makes an excellent point when he says, “All these issues were debated.” Now there are only accusations with no debate. Clinton and her shills continue to hide behind allegations rather than debate the most serious threat to national security that has existed in more than 30 years. Cohen gives the CNN shill a chance to join the debate, but like all others he runs away, claiming to be out of time in yet another display of cowardly liberal “journalism.”


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