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Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin Troll the Fake News, Deep State at G20 Meeting

These world leaders know how to demonstrate strength on the global stage!

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President Donald Trump met with Russian President Vladimir Putin at the G20 Summit in Osaka, Japan early this morning where they laughed off the conspiracy theories about collusion and electoral interference while addressing reporters.

“Don’t meddle in our election, please,” Trump said to Putin. He then repeated himself while wagging his finger toward the Russian leader.

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Trump told reporters that it was “none of your business” about what he speaks to Putin about behind closed doors. Trump did say that he would address possible electoral interference in the upcoming 2020 election though.

The two strong leaders with many common interests and goals then put the fake news in their crosshairs.

“Get rid of them,” Trump said to his aides about reporters in the room who were hassling the leaders. “Fake news is a great term, isn’t it? You don’t have this problem in Russia but we do.”

“We also have. It’s the same,” Putin responded in English.

Trump mentioned it is “a great honor” to meet once more with Putin, adding that he planned to spend “some very good time” with Putin during their private meeting. They intend to talk “trade, some disarmament, a little protectionism perhaps,” according to Trump.

A possible conversation topic for Putin and Trump could be the dual evils of multiculturalism and liberalism, which Putin recently attacked in a Financial Times interview.

“The ruling elites have broken away from the people,” Putin said.

“This liberal idea presupposes that nothing needs to be done. That migrants can kill, plunder and rape with impunity because their rights as migrants have to be protected,” he added.

Putin finished with a final smack down of the status quo that has laid waste to Western Civilization.

“Every crime must have its punishment. The liberal idea has become obsolete. It has come into conflict with the interests of the overwhelming majority of the population,” he said.

Trump has also given certain indicators that he would not be opposed to illiberalism as well:

The fact that diplomatic relations with Russia have not been impacted despite the best sabotage efforts of deep state and fake news is a testament to Trump’s brilliance as a negotiator. Putin and Trump will continue to work in tandem to restore the West and make their respective nations great again.

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Poland’s Nationalist President Declares Election Victory Over Soros-Linked Liberal Challenger

A victory for European conservatives and nationalists.

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Polish President Andrzej Duda declared victory at a campaign rally following the initial exit polls in the nation’s presidential election on Sunday, as exit poll results showed him narrowly leading against Warsaw Mayor Rafal Trzaskowski.

Initial exit polls showed Duda, of the national conservative Law and Justice Party, leading by a slim margin of 50.4% to Trzaskowski’s 49.6%. Final results are expected Monday, but Duda’s campaign is apparently confident enough in their victory to declare triumph in the election.

The Polish election had included a national debate on cultural issues, with Duda accusing Trzaskowski of supporting the introduction of western-style homosexual political movements into Poland. Duda, a continental skeptic of the European Union broadly comparable to Hungary’s Viktor Orban, had described LGBTIA+ ideology as “more destructive” than the Soviet-style Communism many Poles had experienced in the 20th century.

Trzaskowski was also scrutinized for his extensive links to western political elites, having received a scholarship from globalist oligarch George Soros and attending the California Bilderberg Conference.

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If Duda’s claim of election night victory holds, his reelection as Polish president will serve as an embarrassment to the bureaucrats of the European Union, potentially forcing them to come to the table and negotiate concessions with Central European leaders such as Duda and Orban who insist upon their national sovereignty.

Duda is thought of as a European ally of President Donald Trump, having been the first global leaders to visit the White House after the coronavirus pandemic. Poland is also one of the few NATO countries to meet their treaty spending commitment, spending more than 2% of its GDP on its armed forces.

Thank you to all my fellow Poles who voted for me and cast their votes. I want to thank you with all my heart because this turnout shows how much you care about our country,” said Duda at the election rally.

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