Vladimir Putin’s puppet Donald Trump says Germany is “captive to Russia” on energy as he continues his mission of attacking our closest allies while doing his puppet master’s bidding to destabilize Europe.
“Donald Trump has launched an extraordinary tirade against Germany on the opening day of the Nato summit in Brussels, accusing Berlin of being a ‘a captive of the Russians’ because of its dependency on energy supplies,” the Guardian reports.
“NATO officials had been nervously awaiting the first meeting as an indicator of how Trump – who arrived in Brussels on Tuesday night – would behave over the next two days. Within minutes they had their answer.”
“This summit is shaping up to be the most divisive in Nato’s 69-year history. Normally, Nato summits are mostly fixed in advance and proceed in an orderly fashion. Trump’s first words signalled this one was not going to be like that.”
Angela Merkel responded: “I wanted to say that, because of current events, I have witnessed this myself, that a part of Germany was controlled by the Soviet Union. And I am very happy that we are today unified in freedom as the Federal Republic of Germany,” CNN reports.
Reaction on Twitter:
— Morning Joe (@Morning_Joe) July 11, 2018
Can only imagine what @SecPompeo, COS Kelly, US NATO Ambassador Hutchison thinking watching them look down awkwardly as @realDonaldTrump harangues NATO Secretary General saying Germany is captive to Russia. Unreal. Putin wins
— Andrea Mitchell (@mitchellreports) July 11, 2018
Thank you Chris Stirewalt for telling the truth! pic.twitter.com/dkcyjhSIaM
— Ed Krassenstein (@EdKrassen) July 11, 2018
So, the NATO summit is turning out exactly as I predicted.@realdonaldtrump is playing his role as Putin's dancing orangutan by throwing his feces all over the allies.
— Rick Wilson (@TheRickWilson) July 11, 2018
"No, you're the puppet!": At the NATO breakfast Trump reverted back to one of his old, tired traits of projecting.
By accusing Germany of being under Russian control, he used his standard line of lies and deflection — which is to accuse others of exactly what he's guilty of.
— Bill Madden (@activist360) July 11, 2018