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Judging by Trump’s reaction to the hacks thus far, it’s hard to imagine that he will stand by any punitive action taken by the Obama administration. On Wednesday, when asked about the impending sanctions, Trump was not terribly enthusiastic.
“I think we ought to get on with our lives,” he said. “I think that computers have complicated our lives very greatly. The whole age of computer has made it where nobody knows exactly what is going on. We have speed, we have a lot of other things, but I’m not sure we have the kind of security we need.”
It’s clear that even now, Trump has his doubts about the Russian government’s involvement in this episode. In the broader picture, though, the Kremlin’s interference – to the extent that it exists – is standing in the way of Trump’s ultimate goal, which is to pursue normalized relations with Russia. At his core, Trump is a pragmatist. He knows we can play the sanctions game until the universe collapses or we can start mending fences and moving forward.
Alas, until January 20th, Obama still has the ball.