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Russian Politician Offers To Fly His Entire Pro-Putin Party To Mar-A-Lago To Celebrate Trump’s Acquittal

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Russian Politician Offers To Fly His Entire Pro-Putin Party To Mar-A-Lago To Celebrate Trump’s Acquittal





The leader of Russia’s pro-nationalist Liberal Democratic Party took to Twitter on Saturday to congratulate President Trump on his Senate acquittal and suggested that he and members of his party, including President Vladimir Putin, fly to Trump’s Mar-a-Lago estate in Florida to “raise glass to your success,” reports The Hill.

“Dear @realDonaldTrump, I congratulate you on your victory in the Senate and the failure of vile and false accusations against you,” Zhirinovsky tweeted. “Today you are the model leader of a huge modern state and the strongest president the US have ever had.”



Zhirinovsky went on to attack Sen. Mitt Romney (R-Utah), the sole Republican who voted to convict Trump on either article of impeachment, and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.).

“You are a brave man and you can make America great again. We are outraged by the actions of Mrs. Pelosi. Her behavior was inappropriate. It was clever of you to refuse shaking her hand,” Zhirinovsky continued, referring to a moment from Tuesday’s State of the Union address in which Trump appeared to snub Pelosi’s outstretched hand.




“We were shocked by the treacherous act of the republican Romney, who voted against you,” he continued.

“All members of the LDPR fraction are ready to fly to the USA to raise glass to your success. We propose you a dinner at our expense in Miami, where your beautiful Mar-a-Lago estate is located,” he added.

Zhirinovsky’s offer came just hours after an emboldened Trump went on a firing spree of administration officials who he perceives were opposed to him during his impeachment trial. Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman and U.S. Ambassador to the European Union Gordon Sondland, two key witnesses in the case against the president, were dismissed from their positions on Friday evening, as was Vindman’s twin brother, Yevgeny, a lawyer in the National Security Council.





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