Donald J. Trump became POTUS on 20 January, 2017, and political analysts have wondered if he will end America’s relationship with Iran or start a war with Russia.
Media reports confirm that inasmuch as Trump wouldn’t want a nuclear, cyber, political or economic war with Russia, his decision will be born out of fear rather than mutual respect.
Vladimir Putin’s government was accused of unleashing a series of cyber attacks on the U.S. though it’s likely to end in the face of a reported cordial relationship between the presidents.
A recent report from the CIA revealed that Russia may truly have Mr. Trump’s sex tape and this has been confirmed by other reliable sources, a BBC report confirms.
Paul Wood, a BBC correspondent in Washington, said he has sources who claim that Russia will use the sex tapes as “blackmail evidence” against America’s 45th president if he deviates from foreign policy agreements.
Moscow was actively involved during America’s last presidential election, and Putin’s government is believed to have invested money on Trump, so it is understandable why they would need a leverage against their political puppet.
There are wide speculations in the media that the Republican candidate won against his Democratic rival Hillary Clinton on Moscow’s “cyber” wings.
A statement from the CIA says it believes that Russia has more than one Donald Trump sex tape though the billionaire business mogul has furiously denied this to be true notwithstanding a confessional statement from Christopher Steele, a former British MI6 who is currently working at Moscow’s embassy in the U.K.
According to a report from U.K.’s Mirror, a leaked memo on Mr. Trump’s alleged sex tape says the president was caught pants down in Russia after he lodged in a Moscow hotel where the Obamas had stayed.
The POTUS who was then a President-elect, had hired a group of prostitutes for an orgy without knowing that FSP [the Russian Spy Agency] had his hotel room wired.
The 70-year-old was caught in the act with secret video cameras and microphones, the source claims.
Details of the alleged privacy violation was brought before President Barack Obama last week.
BBC also confirms that a briefing document on the delicate matter was handed over to the U.S. Congress, including Mr Trump, who is considered a defendant.
Trump referred to reports on his sex tape as phony news, adding that the people who are making such claims must be sick in the head. He also lashed out at the U.S. media for reporting unverified news but BBC’s Paul Wood remains adamant.
Paul, a news correspondent in Washington, claims another CIA source confirmed the existence of such incriminating videos last August.
A retired Russian spy claims he discovered the videos from “the head of an East European intelligence agency”.
“I got a message back that there was ‘more than one tape’, ‘audio and video’, on ‘more than one date’, in ‘more than one place’ – in the Ritz-Carlton in Moscow and also in St Petersburg – and that the material was ‘of a sexual nature,'” Steele said in a report, noting that he pays for information from his old contacts in the FSB.
“I know this because the Washington political research company that commissioned his report showed it to me during the final week of the election campaign.”
BBC claims it decided not to use the information until the facts are verified.
In a Quora discussion, Renatus Peregrinus, aired his opinion on Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin.
“Let’s look at Putin. Why did Putin go to war in Syria? The reason is because his public approval is flagging in the face of Russia’s loss of Ukraine,” the Malaysia-resident writer argued.
“Would Trump go to war with Iran? Possibly if he felt he needed a war to distract people from his presidency.
“Trump and Putin worry me, for they resemble dictatorial personalities willing to do anything to hold on to and accumulate power at the expense of the commons.
“Insofar that Russia is concerned, there are no commons left and Trump will soon see to the extinction of the same in the US.”