On a series of bombardments on Twitter, Trump called ‘stupid’ to whoever is against developing the US friendly ties with Russia and Vladimir Putin. Although it comes from the President-elect’s favorite workplace, Twitter, people have shown mixed reaction. Obviously, while the Trump supporters see this example of Trumpism as a way to globalize, the oppositions criticize him as a Russian puppet.

This photo here speaks a lot about what some people of the Divided States of America think. It comes from Telegraph.

The first tweet came like this: Having a good relationship with Russia is a good thing, not a bad thing. Only “stupid” people, or fools, would think that it is bad! We…..

Then it was followed by the second

And the third.

All this hassle in American politics comes after the British Intelligence warned the US Intelligence of Russian hacking into Democrat party. Since then, several US agencies have accused Russia of unethical intervention. This step from the Russian intelligence and hackers is seen as a challenge to American defense system.

On Friday, Trump was briefed about Russian hacking by the US Intelligence. The report issued that day was clear about the fact that Russians intervened and favored Trump for president. Concluding the findings, President Obama said, “[Putin had] aspired to help President-elect Trump’s election chances when possible by discrediting Secretary Clinton and publicly contrasting her unfavorably to him.” As a response to this undermining statement, the President-elect released a statement which clearly mentioned that there is no enough evidence to accuse Russian counterpart of such an act.

Likewise, through numerous tweets as well, Trump has tried to preach to the people that US Intelligence might be wrong. Above all, he is even considering to revamp the spy agency and CIA. That would be a bold step. But, would it be in the favor of American defense?

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