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A Good Question from Prof. Stephen F. Cohen for the President to Answer in the Affirmative

February 19, 2020 --

Prof. Stephen F. Cohen, the noted (and sage) Russian expert, wonders, at the end of his February 3 article in The Nation whether President Trump will accept President Putin's invitation to join him in Red Square for the 75th anniversary of the World War II victory over Nazi Germany. 

The professor believes Mr. Trump should accept the invitation.     

LPR has a hunch, whether or not President Trump goes to Moscow next May depends on whether he has finally freed himself from the muck and mire of "The Swamp." 

 After all, under the Constitution, the direction of foreign policy is the responsibility of the president of the United States, not of bureaucrats -- not even of lt. colonels assigned to the White House.

Now that he has triumphed over the dark forces that sought  his removal as president, and as he can only look forward to the revelations in John Durham's report on the anti-Trump machinations of the likes of James Comey and John Brennan, LPR believes President Trump should feel confident to exercise, in full, the powers given to him by the Constitution, including authority to travel to any nation he decides it is in the national interest to visit.