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    Can Americans trust that GOP policies/appointments are not being made in Moscow?

    Most of us know that Trump is a puppet of V. Putin and we know that the GOP is protecting him.
    We also know much of the GOP agenda is hurtful to average American voters.

    My answer is a firm NO.
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    Trump blowing Putin.jpgThis is why!!!! I say NO

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    Yes, Trump is ceding your country to Russia...

    Obviously, that's the only possibility.

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