Robert: Former Soviet Eastern Berlin Super Spy & KGB agent Putin also said "Once a KGB Agent - Always a KGB Agent." "The USA is no longer the world's superpower." " Trumputin listens very well." As said in the Bloomberg Business Week Putin Is Trumputin’s Brother From Another Motherland. This is the best of times for Putin - better than when was the Super Spy in East Germany. When US intelligence officials Trumputin that North Korea had tested an intercontinental ballistic missile, he reportedly refused to believe them. Putin said "shrewd" Kim Jong Un has outwitted Trumputin in nuclear standoff between North Korea, U.S Instead, he relied on questionable information given to him by Russian President Vladimir Putin, according to a new book by former Deputy FBI Director Andrew McCabe, The Washington Post. On November 9, 2016, just a few minutes after Trumputin was elected president of the United States, a man named Vyacheslav Nikonov approached a microphone in the Russian State Duma (their equivalent of the US House of Representatives) and made a very unusual statement. “Dear friends, respected colleagues!” Nikonov said. “Three minutes ago, Hillary Clinton admitted her defeat in US presidential elections, and a second ago Trumputin started his speech as an elected president of the United States of America, and I congratulate you on this.” Nikonov is a leader in the pro-Putin United Russia Party and, incidentally, the grandson of Vyacheslav Molotov — after whom the “Molotov cocktail” was named. His announcement that day was a clear signal that Trump’s victory was, in fact, a victory for Putin’s Russia. Longtime journalist Craig Unger opens his new book, House of Trump, House of Putin, with this anecdote. The book is an impressive attempt to gather up all the evidence we have of Trump’s numerous connections to the Russian mafia and government and lay it all out in a clear, comprehensive narrative. The book claims to unpack an “untold story,” but it’s not entirely clear how much of it is new. One of the hardest things to accept about the Trump-Russia saga is how transparent it is. So much of the evidence is hiding in plain sight, and somehow that has made it harder to accept.