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Russian Roulette The Inside Story of Putin's War on America and the Election of Donald TrumpThe incredible harrowing account of how American democracy was hacked by Moscow as part of a covert operation to influence the US election and help Donald Trump gain the presidency Russian Roulette is a story of political skullduggery unprecedented in American history It weaves together tales of international intrigue cyber espionage and superpower rivalry After US Russia relations soured as Vladimir Putin moved to reassert Russian strength on the global stage Moscow trained its best hacker. ”Putin had once called the collapse of the Soviet Union the ‘greatest geopolitical catastrophe of the century’ He was a Russian nationalist to his core He wanted to extend Russian power restoring its spheres of influence He was an autocrat in the long tradition of Russian strongmen” Thank you AmericaTo me the biggest threat to the continued security of the world is Vladimir Putin He wants to build through creating chaos I grew up under the auspicious umbrella of the Cold War We were replacing war with spycraft much the same way American football has replaced gladiator combat Not that there weren’t bobbles The Cuban Missile Crisis was too real too close The possibility of something going wrong during that jostling of superpowers that would light the tinder of WW3 certainly raised the blood pressure and anxiety of everyone in the United States and the Soviet Union not to mention all the European countries who resided in between The spectre of nuclear holocaust had escaped the celluloid images of movies and become tangible in the bright light of day During the October 22nd 2012 Presidential debate between Barack Obama and Mitt Romney there was an exchange about Russia that I found personally very uncomfortable Romney in his book had stated that Russia was our greatest geopolitical enemy In the debate Obama was able to pounce on this concept with what would be the zinger of the debate season “The 1980s are now calling to ask for their foreign policy back because the Cold War’s been over for 20 years” The right answer of course for this debate season was all about stopping al aeda not Russia Obama scored points with his base and independent voters with that response We do like to be entertained by witty remarks Obama had made Romney sound out of touch with what were the most important threats to national security It was brilliant The problem is that I personally still saw not so much the Russian people but Vladimir Putin as the biggest threat to national security 911 was still fresh in everyone’s mind and fanatical Islamic terrorists were the prefered villains in American minds When Obama’s plan to RESET with Russia came out I was hopeful but cynical about what would come of it Since I truly believe that Putin’s most important goal is to assemble the old Soviet Union how exactly would RESET really work I felt that Obama and his team were naive Our embassy people in Russia were being harassed with vandalism break ins aggressive abuse in the street and being followed everywhere they went Let’s flash forward to 2016 ”Putin proud and vain hated to be challenged and ridiculed And Clinton as he saw it was behind all this protests against Putin in Russia For him this grudge would smolder for years—with conseuences no one in the US government could foresee” If Hillary Clinton became the Democratic nominee for President in 2016 it was clear that Putin was going to do everything he could to destroy her At what point did Putin believe that Donald J Trump would emerge out of a crowded field as the Republican nominee for President Was it before he had even declared he was running The relationship between Putin and Trump is a slippery slope of half known truths This book outlines the contacts that Trump and his team had with Russia prior to the election Trump has had a long term desire to build a Trump Tower in Moscow He had two deals almost come together but each time they fell apart due to circumstances beyond his control I do wonder if it is possible to separate Trump’s personal ambitions from his political aspirations I about fell out of my chair when I heard Trump asked Russia to hack Clinton’s emails implying a shared alliance with the Russian hackers and his team It was very reckless rhetoric a signature of Trump’s personalitySo yes there are rolling black clouds of smoke surrounding the Trump team and their involvement with the Russians Were they just naive of the law This is not really an excuse I care to embrace because ignorance of the law has never worked for me in my own life Or was there a true sinister attempt to collude or conspire to win the election All the President’s Men How many of these men will be wearing orange jumpsuits within the next six monthsAs I see the accusations unfold and the Mueller probe continue to convict Trump people of crimes that are very real crimes but not tied to Russian collusion I do wonder if there is going to be a big pay off or are we going to just send a bunch of shady rich guys to prison I applaud that and wish we could send a lot of them to jail I do think it says something about Trump’s character the type of people with whom he associates And this too ”Clinton had ripped into Trump for praising ‘dictators like Vladimir Putin’ She added ‘I’ll leave it to the psychiatrists to explain his affection for tyrants’” Not just Putin but the Fat Baby from North Korea as well It is about the economy right I have had numerous Trump voters tell me don’t worry about the Fake News or the Tweets or even what Trump says; just enjoy the robust economy Probably the baffling comments I get are the dismissive ones about Russia They don’t see them as a threat or they think that Trump can handle them Did Helsinki make anyone think that Trump can handle PutinAll part of the plan right Trump has him right where he wants him sigh How about this Does this bother anyone”’Trump Trump Trump’ The crowd at the bar roared as the election results came in There was a large life sized photo of Trump in one corner where Trump fans could take selfies And a photo of Putin The bar was in downtown Moscow”I’ve never heard of Russia being so excited about the election of an American president I would rather they were groaning at our election results The hackers of Russia were bold under Obama and continue to be bold under Trump ” At the White House Daniel too was struck by the Russians’ new aggressiveness—and their noisiness ‘It was almost like they double dared us’ he recalled ‘They became even brazen They didn’t care that we could see them’”We know the hacking is being orchestrated by the Russian government and the Chinese government as well A new form of Cold War has begun although it feels pretty warm To me having foreign powers attempting to hack vital secrets or launching insidious attacks on our elections are acts of war and we need to hit them back hard with sanctions or hacking attacks of our own Putin does not understand anything but power and pain Make him feel the pain for his actions Make him reluctant to condone hacking attacks on any nation We must keep our elections safe and social media needs to keep Fake News from permeating our society All news is fake according to Trump It is a brazenly good strategy If his supporters won’t believe the real news then they won’t believe the criticisms of his administration either If Mueller does prove collusion between Trump or members of Trump’s team or both with Russia to influence an American election will it matter to his supporters or to Congress Will a Democratic Congress do anything about it or do they wait for 2020 and let the election box decide The problems run deep on all these matters I’ve discussed I decided to read this book because I wanted to review all the known information that is of concern regarding the Trump relationship with Russia to be prepared for what Mueller will reveal after the November elections I do believe that Putin does have something on Trump ”FSB has compromised TRUMP through his activities in MOSCOW sufficiently to be able to blackmail him According to several knowledgeable sources his conduct in Moscow has included perverted sexual acts which have been arrangedmonitored by the FSB”I believe that Trump knows Putin has something on him as well It seems that Trump gets off on watching Russian hookers pee Can you imagine if something like that had been revealed about Obama The Right would have crucified him not to mention the sanctimonious liberals in his own party I guess for the Right to be upset about any criticism or any untoward behavior from Trump they would have to believe it first Putin may not be in as good of a position as he thinks As much as we want to make Russia all about Trump and sometimes it even seems like Trump takes malicious glee in making Russia about him as well Trump will go away The problem that will remain will be Putin The uestion isn’t can the world survive Trump The uestion is can the world survive Putin If you wish to see of my most recent book and movie reviews visit also have a Facebook blogger page at

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S and trolls on US political targets and exploited WikiLeaks to disseminate information that could affect the 2016 electionThe Russians were wildly successful and the great break in of 2016 was no third rate burglary It was far sophisticated and sinister a brazen act of political espionage designed to interfere with American democracy At the end of the day Trump the candidate who pursued business deals in Russia won And millions of Americans were left wondering what the hell happened This. I'm not looking forward to the seuel

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Read à Russian Roulette The Inside Story of Putin's War on America and the Election of Donald Trump á PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ↠ The incredible harrowing account of how American democracy was hacked by Moscow as part of a covert operation to influenStory of high tech spying and multiple political feuds is told against the backdrop of Trump's strange relationship with Putin and the curious ties between members of his inner circle including Paul Manafort and Michael Flynn and Russia Russian Roulette chronicles and explores this bizarre scandal explains the stakes and answers one of the biggest uestions in American politics How and why did a foreign government infiltrate the country's political process and gain influence in Washingt. 35 stars Reading books about current US politics is completely useless While Russian Roulette pulls together a lot of information about how Russia interfered in the US 2016 election the information in the book has been overtaken many times over by the daily headlines since its publicationHaving said that Russian Roulette does a good job of laying out what was known by the authors at the time they researched and wrote the book Unfortunately while it all sounds like a scary dystopian novel it isn’tI listened to the audio which was perfectly acceptable