“Well, he’s there in a certain way, but I’m not there. You have Obama there,” Trump said. “And frankly that part of the world is mess, under Obama. With all the strength that you’re talking about, and with all the power of NATO, and all of this, in the mean time, [Putin] takes Crimea.”
So our choices are Putin in the Crimea without Obama, or Putin in Crimea with Trump?
Because from what I have read about Trump’s policy in regards to Russian, if Trump is in Crimea alongside Putin, then the US (under a Trump administration) is onboard with Putin’s policy in regards to the Ukraine.
In other words, Trump would not support Obama’s policy towards the Crimea, but would support, as any good Republican would, Putin’s policy towards the Crimea.
Considering his daughter’s speech, I wonder if Trump has talked with any Republicans lately, which, as any Democrat would find, is a very hard thing to do?