You can almost feel the sense of panic within the US intelligence community, can’t you?
Courtesy of NYT:
Just two days after the White House postponed plans to have President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia visit Washington in the fall, the Russian leader said on Friday that he had invited President Trump to visit him in Moscow.
Praising Mr. Trump as a leader “who seeks to keep his promises,” Mr. Putin continued to push for a second summit meeting, though their first, this month, generated intense criticism of his American counterpart. Mr. Putin said he was ready to meet either in Washington or Moscow, adding that he had already told Mr. Trump that he had an invitation to visit the Russian capital.
The White House quickly responded favorably to the idea. “President Trump looks forward to having President Putin to Washington after the first of the year, and he is open to visiting Moscow upon receiving a formal invitation,” the White House press secretary, Sarah Huckabee Sanders, told reporters.
I think perhaps the only thing that frightens Intelligence experts more than the idea of Putin walking around the White House, is having Donald Trump, and the nuclear football, being electronically monitored and scrutinized while visiting Moscow.
You know that Trump is going to go, despite Bolton saying that it would have to wait until after the Mueller investigation wraps up, because if his boss says “Jump” Trump has to respond with “How high?”
Keep in mind that this would be Trump and Putin’s third date, and you know what that means.
Somebody’s going to have to give up the goods, assuming of course that Trump did not already drop trou during their first get together.