Before there was an investigation into “Russian hacking,” which we’ve seen no shred of proof even happened, the former president ordered a retaliation against our Cold War foe, which could lead to war.

The problem with all of it is that none of it serves U.S. interests, and as Syria is backed by Russia, and Iran is supported by both Russia and China, we could become enmired in a war that extends beyond the region in question.

This would be devastating, both in terms of casualties and long-term economics.
Would Russia launch World War III over Syria?  Quite possibly, given its strategic and financial interests there.
So that leaves the next question: What U.S. targets and cities would Russia most likely attack?

nuclearAt the end of the day instead of Putin using Trump it may turn out to be the other way around, as Trump clearly views China as by far a greater threat and thus Trump seeks to USE Russia as a proxy to put pressure on China…

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The Russian ambassador to Turkey, Andrey Karlov, has been assassinated by a Turkish Police Officer who screamed “Allahu Akbar” as he opened fire on Karlov while speaking at a press conference:

The stage is set for a war to begin. The stage is set for a false flag operation to take down our grid. The stage is set to steal the election for Clinton or declare it null and void.