The United States and Russia have been trading accusations against each other putting both nations’ at odds as well. As more experts suggest that the next US presidential election winner could spell the future of the United States, comes a rising feud between Vladimir Putin and Hillary Clinton. Will the two officials go on an all out war?
Last Monday’s presidential debate revealed Clinton’s suspicions about Putin. According to the candidate, Russia’s top man is “playing a really tough, long game here.” Clinton won’t have to worry about Putin’s thoughts because it appears that the mistrust is mutual. Previously, Putin has referred to the Republican nominee Donald Trump a “colorful and talented person,” while only citing Clinton dismissively.
Hillary Clinton and Vladimir Putin Enemies?
“Clinton is the embodiment of a very clear school of thought of liberal interventionism,” The Wall Street Journal quoted Fyodor Lukyanov, head of the Council on Foreign and Defense Policy, which advises the Kremlin.
“Russia sees this as a threat to its sovereignty.” The report also said that his highlights what the Kremlin has long held about the pro-democratic revolutions. Officials in Russia has also accused Washington of advocating policy of “regime change” opposing Moscow.
“She never liked to deal with Putin and [Russian Foreign Minister Sergei] Lavrov,” Mr. Lukyanov added. “I think the feeling is reciprocal.”
The US Department, additionally, has not stopped accusing Russia of war crimes and other suspicous activities. According to the organization, if Russia will not stop violence then extremists will also continue.
“Extremist groups will continue to exploit the vacuums that are there in Syria to expand their operations, which could include attacks against Russian interests, perhaps even Russian cities. Russia will continue to send troops home in body bags, and will continue to lose resources, perhaps even aircraft,” RT quoted John Kirby, the State Department’s spokesperson.