ANSWERS: 6
  • As head of the military Trump would have been derelict in his duties if he didn't have someone on the job of intelligence management. He's not supposed to do it personally. However, I have no idea what constitutes "spying" in your head.
    • DancesWithWolves
      Thanks for your info
  • Not that he personally spied on them...but of course all of the Presidents in the past several decades have been doing their best to spy on Russia (and just about every other nation as well).
    • DancesWithWolves
      Thank you
  • I think he was manipulated by Putin.
    • DancesWithWolves
      Thank you I do agree with you
  • If any thing, he allowed them to spy on us.
    • DancesWithWolves
      Thank you I do agree with you
  • Personally? No. As President and Commander-in-Chief? Yes. Our nation has been spying on the USSR - and then Russia - ***without interruption*** since our first unmanned spy satellite was launched in the early 70s.
    • DancesWithWolves
      Thanks for your comment :)
    • mushroom
      First US spy satellite was launched for Navy reconnaissance in July 1960. //www.usni.org/magazines/naval-history-magazine/2008/april/navys-spy-missions-space
    • www.bible-reviews.com
      Mush: OK, I used imprecise terminology - and quite frankly, I'm not sure what the precise terminology is. I'm talking about unmanned space craft that take high-res photos and relay them digitally to Earth. This began in the 70s, and given the Cold War I would expect that the very first of those was placed to spy on Communist nations. (I could STILL be wrong, though...)
  • Why do you people insist on persecuting Trump when you know nothing about him except the propaganda spoonfed to you by the Party that hates Trump because they couldn't deliver on their promise to let Hillary have her turn? In lieu of actual "facts", you people believe in the craziest shit - like Russia collusion based on a fake dossier used to illegally obtain a FISA warrant for the sole purpose of spying on a political opponent (the same "crime" Trump was falsely accused of in "Honest" Adam Schiff's "parody" phone call), or the never-ending fishing expedition to impeach Trump - even before he raised his hand to be sworn in, or the second failed-attempt to impeach civilian Trump (who came up with this stupid idea?). Then you have those who have to reach into the corners of their hate bag and come up with "injecting bleach" to deal with COVID when Trump never said any such thing - but when you have nothing else, you have to use what you have, right? Even still, after the raid on his home, you people want so badly to see him charged with "stealing" classified documents when the President is the ONLY person in the world with the legal power to DE-classify anything he wants. And even the raid was pulled off illegally - the DOJ and FBI confiscated personal belongings from other family members - including Baron that were not on the warrant. But, I guess "legal" doesn't matter, does it? As long as you get Trump, that's the main thing. Now, would anyone care to give reasons why they hate Trump other than they were told to? I know it's hard to think for yourselves, but do try to give a valid reason without reverting back to an adolescent comment he made to other guys in a locker room. If locker room talk was enough to impeach a President, we're all in trouble - neither Bill Clinton nor JFK could keep "it" in their pants, Biden can't resist the smell of children's hair, and his involvement with a pedophile ring is still questionable. Nobody likes to admit being wrong, but denial is no substitute for intelligence.
    • DancesWithWolves
      Thanks for your comment
    • Army Veteran
      You're welcome - do you have an answer to the question I asked in my comment? (Why do you hate Trump?) Or are you just going to pretend it isn't there like everyone else who doesn't have an answer?

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