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Clinton Wages War Against China And Russia While Trump, Putin Unite – Report

Clinton Wages War Against China And Russia While Trump, Putin Unite – Report
Hillary Clinton Testimony to House Select Committee on Benghazi C-SPAN / Wikimedia Commons Public Domain


Clinton Wages War Against China And Russia While Trump, Putin Unite – Report

The world seems to be wondering what will happen to the U.S. presidential elections and whether the next leader could bring more harm than good. Several reports now claim that should Hillary Clinton win, the United States could go to war with Russia and China. Will Clinton pull the trigger?

Clinton Wages War Against China and Russia

There have been a series of contentions as to whether Clinton will really gun out for Russia and China, but several analysts seem to claim so.

“If you believe United States presidential wars with Russia and China (not declared by Congress) are necessary to fulfill a divine mission to bring freedom, justice, dignity, and civilization to the Russian and Chinese peoples, then you should vote for Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton,” said a piece from the Washington Times.

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“If you believe like former Democratic Secretary of State Dean Acheson that ‘[i]n the final analysis, the United States is the locomotive of mankind and the rest of the world the caboose,’ an arrogance that begot the gruesome Vietnam War, then you should vote for Hillary Clinton,” it added.

Clinton reportedly claimed that the United States is “indispensable” and “exceptional.” The candidate said that people across the globe look up to the United States and follow its bid. The piece, however, argues that Clinton may not see the picture properly. 

Trump and Putin Unite

As for Clinton’s rival, Donald Trump, his campaign last Thursday seemingly proved that he is trying to embrace Russia’s president, Vladimir Putin, as reported by the New York Times.

According to the report, this could signal that the candidate prefers the leadership of an authoritarian adversary versus that of the president of the United States. This, amidst the series of criticism from disgruntled Republicans and Democrats.

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