© AP Photo / Steve HelberUS to Go Through Election Process Formalities Before Trump’s InaugurationMOSCOW (Sputnik) – Criticizing the administration of his predecessor, President Barack Obama, Trump proposed a different strategy on how to handle the issues high on the US and international agenda. RELATIONS WITH RUSSIA The US Republican presidential candidate repeatedly said that he was set to cooperate with Moscow, in particular, in fighting the Islamic State (IS, or ISIS) terrorist group. “I don’t know Putin, I don’t care too much about it. But I think it would be great if the US got along with Russia well and went after ISIS, that would be good,” Trump said at a TV debate with Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton who had accused her rival of being liked by Moscow. Trump claimed that Russia’s nuclear arsenal is newer than the US arsenal and that the US nuclear capability is going down rapidly. “Russia has been expanding their [capabilities] — they have a much newer capability than we do. We have not been updating from the new standpoint,” Trump said during the debate while answering the anchor’s question on his stand on nuclear weapons. Donald Trump stated that he is ready for partnership with Russia in fighting the Islamic State terrorist group, outlawed in both countries. “My administration will work with any country that are willing to partner with us in defeating ISIS… Read full this story
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