Should Vladimir Putin be allowed to visit the White House? | The Tylt
According to the Kremlin, President Trump invited Vladimir Putin to the White House during an already controversial phone call. Some think the outrage over the invitation is silly: Putin already visited the White House in 2005. But critics point out that was before Russia annexed Crimea, propped up the Assad regime in Syria and interfered in our elections. They say Russia is an enemy and a Putin visit will be met with mass protests. Should the White House host Putin? 🇷🇺 🇺🇸
Should Vladimir Putin be allowed to visit the White House?
The Kremlin just announced a White House visit was just offered to Putin from President Trump.— Brian Krassenstein🐬 (@krassenstein) April 2, 2018
Once again the Kremlin has announced this before the President has. That's because Trump knows Americans are against this.
.@realDonaldTrump-You shouldn’t let Putin, who has committed acts of war against the US, is actively hacking into our infrastructure at this very moment & plans to interfere again in our election—into the White House. I think that’s fair. You’re a traitor for thinking about it.— Scott Dworkin (@funder) April 2, 2018
I’m baffled by people that seem to want Trump to refuse to speak with Putin. Do you want war with the world’s largest nuclear arsenals? Nuclear war is the greatest threat to humanity. We need to get along with Russia.— Josh Power (@JPower_60) April 2, 2018
I called President Putin of Russia to congratulate him on his election victory (in past, Obama called him also). The Fake News Media is crazed because they wanted me to excoriate him. They are wrong! Getting along with Russia (and others) is a good thing, not a bad thing.......— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) March 21, 2018