Of course, the women of "Don't Give It to a Russian" are hardly the first to have this idea.
Just last month, a group of women in Tokyo threatened not to sleep with any man who voted for a gubernatorial candidate who was seen to have outdated views on gender.
They want to communicate and are eager to dig deeper into the hearts of their partners.
Actually, Russian girls, as men often tend to think, are really not that complicated and they are always ready to work on relationships.
(Something we noted in August 2015.) At one point during the back-and-forth, after Trump said he hoped “A.
J.’s clean,” Benza responded by claiming Trump “bangs Russian people.” Trump shot back, stating “who are you talking about” and “I don’t know anything.” “He used to call me when I was a columnist and say, ‘I was just in Russia, the girls have no morals, you gotta get out there’,” Benza noted.
Russian women want to play an important role in men's lives, that's why to win her heart you need to open yours firstly. John Mc Cain (R-AZ) said in an interview published Saturday that he takes Russian meddling in the 2016 election “more seriously than a physical attack.”He also said that he “didn’t know what to make” of an explosive, and still largely unsubstantiated, dossier which alleged the Russian government had compromising information on President Donald Trump. I view it more seriously than Orlando, or San Bernardino.In a cover story for New York magazine published online Saturday, Mc Cain projected a hawkish stance on Russia and said Russian interference in the American election had risked undermining “the foundation of democracy.”Mc Cain, in December of last year, was part of a bipartisan group of senators who requested the formation of a select committee to investigate Russian interference in the election.“The severity of this issue, the gravity of it, is so consequential because if you succeed in corrupting an election, then you’ve destroyed the foundation of democracy,” Mc Cain told the publication. As tragic as that was, the far-reaching consequences of an election hack are certainly far in excess of a single terrorist attack.”Mc Cain also said the Trump administration still had questions to answer about the circumstances surrounding former national security adviser Michael Flynn’s ouster, which he called a sign of “dysfunction.”“When did Flynn know about anything to do with Russian interference? “Why was there a gap of X number of days between the president being told and no action taken?Given all of this, an old Howard Stern interview now seems a whole lot more interesting in retrospect.During a 2001 appearance on , Trump and gossip columnist A. Benza were engaged in a sophomoric battle over ex-girlfriends, with Trump needling Benza about stealing his woman.