Under the US Constitution that provides for a tripartite (3 part) form of government equally dividing state power among the Executive Branch, Legislative Branch and Judicial Branch, this report explains, President Trump is the federal official primarily responsible for the relations of the United States with foreign nations—but should this new law pass this week, it would remove all such powers from the Executive Branch giving them, instead, to the US Congress—who shockingly in the final version of this bill takes Executive Orders signed by President Barack Obama and makes them law.
In 2014, this report notes, President Obama signed Executive Orders 13660, 13661, 13662, 13685, 13694 and 13757 imposing sanctions on Russia, which the Executive Branch has the power to do—but for the first time in American history, the US Congress, as the Legislative Branch, takes these Executive Orders signed by Obama and orders President Trump not to ever remove them—thus effectively negating his ability to conduct foreign policy. […]
A very interesting new Security Council (SC) report circulating in the Kremlin today states that a few hours after US Attorney General William Barr confirmed he had opened multiple criminal investigations into the coup plot against President Donald Trump—a revelation so paralyzing to the “Deep State” even its main mouthpiece CNN pushed out a headline declaring “Barr Ensures Congress Can’t Stop Trump Now”—British Prime Minister Theresa May abruptly fired her Defense Minister Gavin Williamson and barred any criminal investigation against him from occurring—an expected action against this maniac Foreign Ministry Sergei Lavrov had previously labeled a “Minister of War”—but whose gravest crime May is trying to keep hidden is his involvement in the British staged coup plot against Trump—that has now met the dreaded “Barr Bomb” top Russian officials warned last month would soon be exploding. […]
According to this report, on 27 December 2016, the third round of trilateral consultations regarding Afghanistan, held in Moscow among senior officials from Russia, China and Pakistan, determined that the only way to return this troubled nation to “peaceful life” was by initiating a dialogue to cease hostilities between Kabul (US supported Afghan government) and the Taliban Movement—and that nearly all of the global experts on this region agreed was “Afghanistan’s last hope”. […]