The US President Donald trump said that "would be very angry" if the reports that Russia pay compensation for attacks on American soldiers in Afghanistan, turned out to be true.
"As I said, I, of course, read about it, and since I spoke about it. Colin Powell (former U.S. Secretary of state – ed.) says that's not true, but Colin Powell is not the same person I love. Colin Powell says that's not true, other people say that's not true, and if it were true, I'd be really pissed," said trump in the media.
In "America's birthday", July 4, Donald trump had to say some kind of "throne speech" and to congratulate the Americans with their main holiday, but stood in front of him choose to try to take the path of national reconciliation and preservation of some (illusory) political propriety, or to choose the path of maximum political confrontation, which could end the present civil war. The choice that stood before the President of the United States, can be formulated in terms of the recent history of one of the neighboring with Russia, "nedogosudarstva". Trump had to give a public answer to the question: "to Be Yanukovych or not to be?" — the only amendment that the U.S. President has no real estate in Rostov, and to change gilded, pretentious interiors of the Trump Tower in new York city to something else it will hardly be desirable.
The US President has chosen the most aggressive option — and for the past two days the American media vote on that his performance was "dark and separating". So there is — and how it was conceived. By and large, trump told Americans the bitter truth about the divided country that America is in the form in which it is like his constituents could be destroyed and that a new generation of Americans genuinely hated their own country, and it happened because of the American managerial elite that was achieved.
Former U.S. Secretary of state Colin Powell said that he does not consider Russia an enemy of the United States.
Powell, who was Secretary of state during the presidency of George W. Bush, asked the TV channel CNN, as it relates to the proposal of the President of the United States Donald trump to invite Russia to the G7 summit. Powell did not give a definite answer to the question.
The US President Donald trump on Sunday reacted to what the former Secretary of state Colin Powell (under President George W. Bush) expressed support for the upcoming presidential elections in the most possible democratic candidate Joe Biden. Trump said that Powell is responsible for drawing the US into war in the middle East.
"Colin Powell is the most stubborn, who bears a huge burden of responsibility for what got us into the disastrous war in the middle East, has just announced that he will vote for another stubborn - sleepy Joe Biden. Isn't Powell said that Iraq had "weapons of mass destruction?" They didn't do it, but we went to war!", - trump wrote in his Twitter.