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Janerik Larsson: Vasst replikskifte

President Trump, som just nu utsätts för hård kritik på hemmaplan för att vara president Putins hantlangare, har sagt att han varit tuffare än någon tidigare president mot Ryssland.

Richard Grenell, USAs ambassadör i Berlin instämmer i Washington Post och skriver på Twitter:

President @realDonaldTrump is right. No Administration has been tougher on Russia than his Administration.

På Twitter får han svar på tal från Bret Stephens, konservativ kolumnist i New York Times:

Let me get this straight, @RichardGrennell: Not Harry Truman, who created NATO and ordered the Berlin airlift? Not JFK, who stared down the Russians over Cuba? Not Nixon, who ordered the nuclear alert in 1973? Not Reagan, who named it "the evil empire"? (cont'd)

Nu kan man möjligen hävda att Sovjet och Ryssland är två olika saker, men ändå är jag beredd att ge Stephens rätt.

Man kan inte jämföra Trump på samma dag med Truman, JFK eller Ronald Reagan.

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 June 26, 1963 - Berlin, Germany - U.S. President JOHN F. KENNEDY in front of Berlin Schoeneberg town hall, where he uttered the message of hope for West Berliners who lived in an enclave deep inside East Germany and feared a possible East German occupation. The speech is known for its famous phrase ''Ich bin ein Berliner'' and is considered one of Kennedy's best, a notable part of Cold War.
June 26, 1963 - Berlin, Germany - U.S. President JOHN F. KENNEDY in front of Berlin Schoeneberg town hall, where he uttered the message of hope for West Berliners who lived in an enclave deep inside East Germany and feared a possible East German occupation. The speech is known for its famous phrase ''Ich bin ein Berliner'' and is considered one of Kennedy's best, a notable part of Cold War. Foto: Keystone

June 26, 1963 - Berlin, Germany - U.S. President JOHN F. KENNEDY in front of Berlin Schoeneberg town hall, where he uttered the message of hope for West Berliners who lived in an enclave deep inside East Germany and feared a possible East German occupation. The speech is known for its famous phrase ''Ich bin ein Berliner'' and is considered one of Kennedy's best, a notable part of Cold War.

Foto: Keystone Bild 1 av 1
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