Under President Trump, US No Longer Primary World Power

It appears that if Donald Trump is elected president, many world leaders, including the leaders of the Western European countries, will freeze out the US from intelligence and security decisions, because they have learned that they can't trust Trump's ability to manage or handle intelligence, and recognize that he will be Putin's puppet.

In phone calls, meetings and cables, America’s European allies have expressed alarm to one another about Donald Trump’s public statements denying Moscow’s role in cyberattacks designed to interfere with the U.S. election. They fear the Republican nominee for president has emboldened the Kremlin in its unprecedented cybercampaign to disrupt elections in multiple countries in hopes of weakening Western alliances, according to intelligence, law enforcement and other government officials in the United States and Europe.

While American intelligence officers have privately briefed Trump about Russia’s attempts to influence the U.S. election, he has publicly dismissed that information as unreliable, instead saying this hacking of incredible sophistication and technical complexity could have been done by some 400-pound “guy sitting on their bed” or even a child.

This is a breaking story at Newsweek, here.

Maddow discussed the story here:

This entire story makes the most sense in context of the concept that Putin fears a Clinton presidency. See: VLADIMIR PUTIN: WHY HE FEARS A HILLARY CLINTON WHITE HOUSE

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Worse yet is the Pentagon generals who have said they must resign rather than obey a madman; that leaves the sociopath generals in charge.

By Desertphile (not verified) on 04 Nov 2016 #permalink

Hey, Wesley, your email is not working!

Also, by "primary world power" I really wasn't implying that we stand tall!

Wesley, America's influence over the rest of the world should be diminished.

But I prefer it be diminished for some reason other than our leader being so untrusted. Unless, of course, the Europeans have a good plan for regime change.

Yeah, and with Trump, we can move on to a Hot War!

By Brainstorms (not verified) on 04 Nov 2016 #permalink