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President Trump: He Wants What's Good for Russia, I Want What's Good for the United States

President Trump: He Wants What's Good for Russia, I Want What's Good for the United States Read Transcript


What do you think he wants?

I mean, I know he said what he wants.

But what do you think his game is?

Well he wants what's good for Russia.

PAT ROBERTSON: Yeah.

And I want what's good for the United States.

And I think, like in a case like Syria,

where we can get together do a ceasefire

and there are other cases, there are many other cases

where getting along can be a very positive thing.

But always, Putin is going to want Russia and Trump is

going to want United States.

And that's the way it is.

And sometimes you're not going to get along on things,

and sometimes you will.

But we had a good meeting.

It was a face-to-face meeting.

It was a long meeting.

It was two hours and 15 minutes, everyone

was surprised by the amount of time.

But that was a good thing, not a bad thing.

PAT ROBERTSON: Sure.

Yeah, I think we got along very well.

And I think that's a good thing.

That's not a bad thing.

Yeah, of course not.

People said, oh they shouldn't get along.

Well who are the people that are saying that?

I think we got along very, very well.

We're a tremendously powerful nuclear power and so are they.

PAT ROBERTSON: That's right.

It doesn't make sense not to have

some kind of a relationship.

We used to have a thing called mutually excused destruction

mad.

And it's still there, because he can hurt us.

He can decimate our country, and we

can do the same thing to him.

It's something you don't even like talking about,

but again we're the most powerful country in the world.

And we are getting more and more powerful,

because I'm a big military person.

As an example, if Hillary had won,

our military would be decimated.

Our energy would be much more expensive.

That's what Putin doesn't like about me.

And that's why I say, why would he want me?

Because from day one, I wanted a strong military.

He doesn't want to see that.

And from day one, I want fracking and everything else

to get energy prices low and to create tremendous energy.

We're going to be self-supporting.

We just about are now.

We're going to be exporting energy.

He doesn't want that.

He would like Hillary, where she wants to have windmills.

He would much rather have that, because energy prices will

go up and Russia, as you know, relies very much on energy.

[INAUDIBLE]

There are many things that I do

that are the exact opposite of what he would want.

So when I keep hearing about that he would have rather had

Trump, I think probably not, because when I want a strong

military-- you know she wouldn't have spent the money

on the military-- but when I want a strong military,

when I want tremendous energy--

we're opening up coal, we're opening up natural gas,

we're opening up fracking-- all the things that he would hate.

But nobody ever mentions that.

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