The newly elected President of the United States Donald trump spoke out against the use of the term “reboot” in future relations between the US and Russia. He told this in an interview with The New York Times.
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“I would not use this term after what happened,” said trump.
As noted, the President-elect is motivated by the fact that Hillary Clinton, occupying the post of Secretary of state, failed attempt to “reset” relations between the two countries.
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While trump said that would be “good” if Putin will hold a dialogue.
Recall that in 2009 Hillary Clinton as Secretary of state, the US gave the Minister of foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation Lavrov a large red button as a symbol of the desire to “reset” relations between Washington and Moscow.
Lavrov and Clinton together have pressed this button, symbolically giving start the process of “reset”.
Not without its curiosities. As it turned out, the button English it was written “reset”, and in Russian-“overload”.
Earlier it was reported that Putin and trump held the first talks on the phone and prepare for a personal meeting.
As you know, victory in the US presidential election was won by the Republican candidate, Donald trump. He’s got 279 votes, with 270 needed to win. The Clinton – 215.
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