mx5guynj saidLiberals Hypocrites, your own left wing rag already exposed the corrupt Clinton Putin Uranium Deal in exchange for cash to the Clintons:
What about NATO?
Oh I see you quoted the meme freak so I'll comment towards that.
Even the cited article notes that:
no one “has ever produced a shred of evidence supporting the theory that Hillary Clinton ever took action as secretary of state to support the interests of donors to the Clinton Foundation.” He emphasized that multiple United States agencies, as well as the Canadian government, had signed off on the deal and that, in general, such matters were handled at a level below the secretary.
Never mind that even if there was quid pro quo involving the Clintons, not even so much with regard to their charity foundation which independent charity watchers show to give more to charity than the industry average, but rather just that Bill couldn't have easily gotten his speaking fees elsewhere because we all know how rock stars are limited in their engagements, even if all that, it still doesn't rise to the level of Russia manipulating an American election.
And not that I'd necessarily believe Trump actively involved with Putin without someone showing some pretty good proof--though I may by chance joke about that--but even if not, he absolutely plays into that even if just independently, not unlike how Clinton's foundation might have benefited independent of their non-charity international work, be that personal or state which all function at that international level.
The NATO of Trump does seem telling. And this is not just a Democratic response. This is no joke. This is serious shit.
http://abcnews.go.com/Politics/donald-trump-bipartisan-condemnation-nato-comments/story?id=40774526Donald Trump Gets Bipartisan Condemnation for NATO Comments
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump drew swift rebukes from both ends of the political spectrum, as well as from NATO’s top official, for his declaration that, if he is president, the United States will defend fellow NATO countries only if the countries in question were contributing their fair share to NATO’s budget.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell called Trump's comments a "rookie mistake."
Rookie for president? YIKES!
Yeah, we get freshman in Congress. But in the presidency? Really? This is acceptable? No.