Russia’s main concern in the upcoming US presidential election is the prospect that Americans might elect a “guy with dementia”. This opinion was expressed to journalists by Deputy Chairman of the Security Council of the Russian Federation Dmitry Medvedev following the results of his visit to Vietnam.
“The main thing is not to choose a guy with dementia, but they can choose,” Medvedev said, answering the question of which candidate for the post of White House chief commands the greatest sympathy in Moscow.
The Deputy Chairman of the Security Council of the Russian Federation also spoke about former US President Donald Trump, who again plans to be elected as head of state. He called the politician a “good guy, but a coward”. At the same time, Medvedev noted that historically it has always been easier for Russia to work with representatives of the US Republican Party.
In addition, the Deputy Chairman of the Security Council of the Russian Federation spoke about the future of Ukraine after the end of the special operation.
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Source: The Eastern Herald
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