With Donald Trump’s Inability To Lead, Vladimir Putin Is About To Raise From The Dead, Benito Mussolini.

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History has a definitive record of Benito Mussolini who was Leader of the “National Fascist Party.” Mussolini an ally of Adolf Hitler died on April 28, 1945 and Hitler April 30, 1945. Butchers alike died days apart after the ruins of World War 11.


As Trump continues to alienate America’s Allies, especially Europe, the US Embassy in Italy still doesn’t have an Ambassador and Putin is using his savvy Ambassador Sergey Razov to Court Italy’s Communist Party. Donald Trump’s quest to live up to Vladimir Putin’s demands has created a major vacuum for world Leadership and Putin isn’t wasting anytime.


Trump’s illegitimate Presidency that has evolved into “Special Counsel Investigating “Trump Russia Collusion,” and with each passing day bombshell after bombshells hit Trump Right in the head and Donald Trump hasn’t been able to do anything productive or honest since he assumed the Office of the Presidency. Unless and until Donald Trump is impeached from Office and Trump’s Cronies are removed from the helm of power, America is falling fast and furious from being the “World Leader.”


Realistically, Donald Trump hasn’t only abandoned America’s Allies, Trump has abandoned America and the America people, including those that voted for him and still support him.


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[NYT] “ROME — President Trump made the most of his short time in Italy. He was treated to a private audience with the pope, met with both the country’s president and its prime minister in Rome, flew to Sicily for a summit meeting of world leaders and visited with American troops at a nearby naval air station.


But as the sudden burst of diplomatic activity subsided with his departure, European and American officials fear a return to the new normal of American inattention as the administration struggles with political turmoil and Russia-related scandals back home.


All the while, Russia is assiduously courting Italy, a country that once had the largest Communist party outside the Soviet bloc and that many analysts consider the soft underbelly of the European Union.


In Rome, Mr. Trump left behind an embassy without an ambassador, and forfeited a geopolitical playing field that Moscow’s ambassador in Rome, Sergey Razov, is exploiting.

 A deliberate, gray-haired career diplomat, Mr. Razov has been plugging away at building relationships with Italian politicians, organizing concerts for Italy’s earthquake survivors and visiting Italian regional officials who lament the “unfair” sanctions on Russia — which Moscow dearly wants lifted.


Next month, Mr. Razov will offer a sumptuous buffet when he hosts the annual Russia Day celebration amid the dripping chandeliers, coffered ceilings and gilded interiors of his Villa Abamelek residence.


Like Mr. Razov’s energetic diplomacy, much of Russia’s relationship building is being done in plain sight, as when President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia hosted Prime Minister Paolo Gentiloni this month in Sochi, and President Sergio Mattarella a few weeks before that in Moscow.” https://nyti.ms/2rhcubT

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