One of the many problems with Trump is that he has public political stances that do not mesh well with being the head of the federal government. When it comes to Russia the President of Russia did vouch for Trump while he was still a RNC nominee which is interesting. Also he has a lot of strong business ties all around the world which may or may not help him as President.
`Former Congressman Ron Paul opined about President Trump’s alleged involvement with Russia. Paul equated Trump’s relationship with Russia to assassinated President John F. Kennedy’s attempts to extend the olive branch to the USSR, a move which got him killed, according to some.
Presumably in light of Thursday’s call for impeachment of the president by Representative Al Green (D-TX), and with the appointment of former FBI Director Robert Mueller as a special prosecutor to investigate dubious claims the president and his campaign colluded with Russia to undermine the election of 2016, Paul posted a message to Facebook, which reads:
Which President had the following accusations cast against him:
1) He has betrayed the Constitution, which he swore to uphold.
2) He has committed treason by befriending Russia and other enemies of America.
3) He has subjugated America’s interests to Moscow.
4) He has been caught in fantastic lies to the American people, including personal ones, like his previous marriage and divorce.
No, it was President Kennedy.
Paul linked his comments to an article written by Jacob G. Hornberger, entitled, “The Russian Obsession Goes Back Decades.” Hornberger wrote:
What lots of Americans don’t realize, because it was kept secret from them for so long, is that what Trump has been enduring from the national-security establishment, the mainstream press, and the American right-wing for his outreach to, or “collusion with,” Russia pales compared to what Kennedy had to endure for committing the heinous “crime” of reaching out to Russia and the rest of the Soviet Union in a spirit of peace and friendship.
The Ron Paul Liberty Report writer described Kennedy’s actions during his tenure as president, which ultimately cost him his head, literally. Kennedy wanted peace, as evidenced by his June 1963 speech known as the “Peace Speech.”
The speech was given at the commencement ceremony for American University, held at the John M. Reeves Athletic Center in Washington, D.C. Calling it the “most important topic on earth,” Kennedy pled for world peace. He asked,