Trump and Russia's Vladimir Putin spoke five times in just three weeks in an 'unusual amount of communication'

Source: The Sun - View Original Article
Published: Jun 29, 2020
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63% Liberal


Bias Score Calculation:

63% Positive Sentiment + Policies: United Nations = 63% Liberal
37% Negative Sentiment + Policies: United Nations = 37% Conservative


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95% "A Kremlin spokesman said Trump and Putin absolutely understand each other, RadioFreeEurope RadioLiberty reported."
93% "The Kremlin, according to RadioFreeEurope RadioLiberty, described it as lengthy, saying Putin and Trump both expressed concern of the scope of coronavirus."
85% "IN LATE March and early April, President Donald Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin spoke on the telephone five times over three weeks."
84% "Dmitry Suslov, a professor and foreign affairs expert at Moscow's Higher School of Economics called the amount of communication unusual. ..."
82% "The communications between the two has been considered unprecedented and unusual."
75% "but these are unusual times, Suslov said."
69% "Diplomats for the United States and Russia spoke at least three times during that same period."
63% "Oksana Antonenko, a director of global risk analysis at Control Risks, said the Trump and Putin administrations have been critical of how the United Nations and World Health Organization have responded to the coronavirus pandemic."
-52% "Additionally, an unusual shipment of coronavirus-related humanitarian aid from Russia to the United States coincided with the same period."
-61% "This explains more the intensive interaction."
-62% "There has to be an agenda that has to happen, he said."
-80% "She said it is an opportunity to move their relationship forward, however it could cause it to deteriorate again."
-90% "However, he warned Presidential phone calls aren't random."
-95% "While Trump has been shadowed by allegations of Russia conspiring to influence the 2016 election, Eugene Rumer, the former national intelligence officer for Russia and Eurasia at the National Intelligence Council said there is nothing inherently bad in the phone calls."


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Contributing sentiments towards policy:

95% : A Kremlin spokesman said Trump and Putin "absolutely understand each other", RadioFreeEurope RadioLiberty reported.
93% : At the time, Trump told reporters the first call on March 30 was "great."
93% : The Kremlin, according to RadioFreeEurope RadioLiberty, described it as "lengthy", saying Putin and Trump both expressed concern of the scope of coronavirus.
85% : IN LATE March and early April, President Donald Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin spoke on the telephone five times over three weeks.
84% : Dmitry Suslov, a professor and foreign affairs expert at Moscow's Higher School of Economics called the amount of communication "unusual". "...
82% : The communications between the two has been considered unprecedented and unusual.
75% : but these are unusual times," Suslov said.
69% : Diplomats for the United States and Russia spoke at least three times during that same period.
63% : Oksana Antonenko, a director of global risk analysis at Control Risks, said the Trump and Putin administrations have been critical of how the United Nations and World Health Organization have responded to the coronavirus pandemic.
48% : Additionally, an "unusual" shipment of coronavirus-related humanitarian aid from Russia to the United States coincided with the same period.
39% : "This explains more the intensive interaction."
38% : "There has to be an agenda that has to happen," he said.
20% : She said it is an opportunity to move their relationship forward, however it could cause it to deteriorate again.
10% : However, he warned Presidential phone calls aren't random.
5% : While Trump has been shadowed by allegations of Russia conspiring to influence the 2016 election, Eugene Rumer, the former national intelligence officer for Russia and Eurasia at the National Intelligence Council said there is nothing inherently bad in the phone calls.

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