Putin is Laughing at Barack’s Childish behavior, and Punking him Royally


After Barack Hussein’s provocative maneuver to embarrass Russia by deporting 35 of its diplomats for hacking the election, which actually never happened, Vladimir Putin is seeing through the bullshit. He is laughing at Hussein and punking him royally by announcing that he will not be responding in kind, but rather simply biding his time unprovoked until January 20.

Smart man, that Vladimir. He could go bananas and put his armed forces on alert. He could expel the US Ambassador. He could consider Hussein’s crybaby pouting an act of war. Instead, he is laughing, like the rest of us, at Barack Hussein’s childish behavior.

As reported by Newsmax, President-elect Donald Trump Friday praised Russian President Vladimir Putin’s “great move” in not expelling American diplomats in retaliation for President Barack Obama’s sweeping executive orders Thursday toward Moscow over hacking during the presidential election.

Trump said on Twitter:

Putin said Friday that Moscow would not eject American diplomats in response to what he described as “provocation aimed at further undermining Russian-American relations” after Obama expelled 35 Russian diplomats and closed two Russian compounds in response to the hacks.

The White House declared the diplomats persona non grata, giving them 72 hours to leave the United States. The compounds to be closed were located in Maryland and New York.

“The Russian diplomats returning home will spend the New Year holidays with their relatives and dear ones,” Putin said in a statement published on his government’s website. “We will not create problems for U.S. diplomats.

“We will not expel anybody.

“Moreover,” the statement added, “I am inviting all children of U.S. diplomats accredited in Russia to the New Year and Christmas parties at the Kremlin.”

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