US-Russia VS ISIS – Putin & Trump Have Agreed To “Kill ISIS Together”

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Nov 15 2016
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Christmas came early this year for Islamic State. Before Trump could officially take office on January 20, 2017, he’s already getting down to business and received many phone calls from world leaders. Less than a week since his Nov 8’s victory, Kremlin revealed President Vladimir Putin has called President-Elect Donald Trump on Monday.


In their first phone call, both Putin and Trump have agreed to “work to channel bilateral relationships into constructive cooperation, to combine efforts to tackle international terrorism and extremism and to continue contact by telephone and to work towards meeting in person”. As predicted, they have vowed to tackle ISIS together.


Prior to the historical phone call between both leaders of the world’s superpowers, Trump had revealed that he received a “beautiful letter” from Putin. The letter reportedly expressed hope that the administrations could work together to better the strained state of Moscow-Washington relations.


More importantly, both world leaders have agreed to settle the Syrian Civil War, which has entered its fifth year. Trump’s office said – “President-elect Trump noted to President Putin that he is very much looking forward to having a strong and enduring relationship with Russia and the people of Russia.”


The Russian president also told Trump that Russia is ready to maintain constructive dialogue with the new US administration, based on principles of equal rights, mutual respect, and non-interference in the international affairs of one another. Coincidently, 2017 will mark 210 years since the establishment of diplomatic relations between Russia and US.


On Sunday’s “60 Minutes,” Trump said – “You know, we’ve been fighting this war for 15 years. … We’ve spent US$6 trillion in the Middle East, US$6 trillion – we could have rebuilt our country twice. And you look at our roads and our bridges and our tunnels … and our airports are … obsolete.”


Trump has promised an “America First” foreign policy rooted in the national interest, not in nostalgia. And if he is to be believed, his administration will focus on rebuilding the United States and quickly get out of the Syrian War, but not before establishing a new era of friendship with Russia and wiping terror group Daesh (ISIS, ISIL, IS).


The phone chat between Putin and Trump comes as Afghanistan-based top ISIS commander Abu Omar Khorasani mocked the President-elect as a “complete maniac” who will help the terror group’s cause. The terrorist said – “This guy is a complete maniac. His utter hate towards Muslims will make our job much easier because we can recruit thousands.”


Khorasani described President Barack Hussein Obama as a moderate infidel with at least a little brain in comparison to Trump – “Our leaders were closely following the US election but it was unexpected that the Americans will dig their own graves and they did so.” Iraq’s powerful Shi’ite Muslim cleric Moqtada al-Sadr claimed Trump’s victory will make America’s war on terror even tougher.


However, terror groups such as Al-Qaeda and ISIS together with other radical Islamic terrorists might have not anticipated a joint-force of Russia-US to combat them. It is safe to presume that like the rest of the world, these extremists were caught off guard with Trump’s unexpected victory over Hillary Clinton.


Of course, the Daesh could be playing a reverse-psychology game whereby they had actually hoped and prayed that Clinton would win and continue Obama’s policy of being an extreme Muslims’ apologist. ISIS could be so fearful of Trump that they started the fear-mongering propaganda that the U.S. would be safer if Clinton wins.


Either way, ISIS should have everything to be afraid because their wish is about to come true. And the early Christmas gift comes in a pair – American and Russian combination military forces. It appears that before Trump’s inauguration, he is already winning the war on ISIS for the American people. The best part is Trump could have avoided a possible World War 3.



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