For months, liberals have promoted a false narrative claiming Trump had help winning the election from Russian operatives.

Despite the complete lack of evidence found against President  Trump and his accused collision with Russia, the Democratic Party still attempts to use the case against him.

But now, Trump may have just debunked their claims once and for all — by making a rather shocking admission.

Putin wanted Hillary Clinton to win the election, according to President Trump himself.

Trump revealed the Russian President’s political affiliations during an interview with CBN recently.

Trump cited several examples of where he and the Russian President had differed in political views, and promised that Putin would have preferred policies from Clinton herself.

The Daily Caller writes:

“So what I keep hearing about that he would have rather had Trump, I think ‘probably not,’” Trump said in the interview, which airs in full on Thursday.

The Republican said that his support for a strong U.S. military and export-heavy energy policy is opposed by Putin.

“When I want a strong military, you know she wouldn’t have spent the money on military,” Trump asserted.

“If Hillary had won, our military would be decimated. Our energy would be much more expensive. That’s what Putin doesn’t like about me. And that’s why I say, why would he want me? Because from day one, I wanted a strong military. He doesn’t want to see that.”

Trump’s comments came in response to his recent face-to-face with Putin at the Group of 20 Summit in Germany.

Trump reportedly pushed President Putin to confess about hacking endeavors of which his government may have had a part.

While many from the left have concluded that hacking efforts in the 2016 election were targeted at hurting Clinton rather than helping her, Trump will not accept that conclusion.

The Hill reports:

Trump appeared to push back on the U.S. intelligence community’s conclusion that Russia meddled in the 2016 election to help him and hurt Clinton.

The president has not definitively accepted that conclusion. He has said that Russia, but also other countries, may have been responsible for hacking emails from the Democratic National Committee and Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta and exposing them to the public.

If Putin truly would have preferred Clinton in the White House, then any hacking efforts during the 2016 election would have been counter-productive.

Trump is convinced that Putin would have preferred Clinton to be president.

But is it enough to stop liberals from their slandering of the President when it comes to their wild accusations?

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