Trump’s Call to Putin Not Recorded!

In case there’s anyone left in America who still believes Donald Trump isn’t a puppet of the Russian government, here’s the last piece of proof:

When Putin called his employee to check up on him last week, Trump’s cronies turned off the recording equipment so there would be no record of the conversation!

Russia issued a 10-paragraph summary of the phone call, portions of which we’ve annotated below:

“During the conversation, both sides expressed their readiness to make active joint efforts to stabilise and develop Russia-US cooperation on a constructive, equitable and mutually beneficial basis.” [Putin told Trump to start lifting economic sanctions, and Trump said, “Yes, sir!”]

“The sides stressed the importance of rebuilding mutually beneficial trade and economic ties between the two counties’ business communities, which could give an additional impetus to progressive and sustainable development of bilateral relations.” [Putin re-emphasized that sanctions against Russia must be lifted ASAP, and Trump agreed.]

“Donald Trump asked to convey his wishes of happiness and prosperity to the Russian people, saying that the American people have warm feelings towards Russia and its citizens.” [Trump begged Putin to let him open a hotel in Moscow. Putin said he’d think about it.]

“The two leaders agreed to maintain regular personal contacts.” [Putin reminded Trump that he is the property of the Russian government, and will be expected to check in regularly.]

“The conversation took place in a positive and constructive atmosphere.” [Putin is pleased with the US President he’s purchased.]

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