Bombshell: Hillary Clinton’s Ties To Russia Could Topple US Government

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Russian President Vladimir Putin was left “astonished” after President Trump presented evidence to him at the G20 meeting detailing how Hillary Clinton had penetrated the highest echelons of the Russian government.

According to the Kremlin, Trump told Putin that if the American people found out just how deep Hillary’s collusion with Russia was, it would topple the two-party government structure of the United States.

Whatdoesitmean.com reports: With both President Putin and President Trump during their G-20 meeting pledging to “defy the tyranny of Russophobia” sweeping across the US, this report says, the Kremlin, nevertheless, was stunned by Trump’s mastery of the knowledge regarding the “Deep State” coup d’etat ongoing against him—with Putin’s press secretary, Dmitry Peskov, even stating: “Accusations that Trump is somewhat incompetent or that he is a novice, can be classified as delusional trash…Trump is not some simpleton, he has expert knowledge, is a very determined negotiator and skillful at using his knowledge to put his position across.”

Firstly revealed to President Putin by President Trump, this report notes, were detailed documents showing how former President Bill Clinton, in 2010, approached Russian investment bank Renaissance Capital with a scheme that would enable Russia’s State Atomic Energy Corporation (ROSATOM) to acquire one of the world’s largest uranium producers named Uranium One—and that for their being made part of this scheme, Renaissance Capital paid former President Clinton a $500,000 bribe disguised as a “speaking fee” once their bid was made.

At the “heart/center” of this scheme, this report details, would be then US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton rapidly approving this sale because it involved 20% of America’s proven uranium reserves and would, therefore, need American government approval—and that on 24 March 2010, Secretary Clinton herself traveled to Moscow to solidify with her publically stating: “Our goal is to help strengthen Russia.” Full Report


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