Bosnian Serb Chief Sends Fan Letter to Trump
Bosnian Serb supremo Milorad Dodik has sent a support letter to Donald Trump saying that those who are attacking him and dismissing him are undermining the patriotic values that the US President is fighting for.
"They threaten [these values] both in America and around the world because many smaller countries are oriented toward the US," Dodik wrote.
The US House of Representatives voted on Wednesday to impeach Trump for "abuse of power" and "obstruction of Congress" in connection to his alleged attempts to coerce Ukraine to provide information about his Democratic political rival, Joe Biden.
Trump thus becomes the third-ever US president to be impeached by the House after Andrew Johnson in 1868 and Bill Clinton in 1998. This does not mean that he will likely be removed from office, however' his dismissal will be decided by the Republican controlled Senate.
In his letter of support, Dodik emphasised that America, as the world's leading power, directs key global processes, and so it is vital for the world that the US be led by someone who cares about sovereignty and patriotism, like the current President.
"That is why I express my full support for President Trump, because supporting him is a support for the patriotic and sovereign values we care about and that we have been fighting for decades. We are convinced that only on this basis can a more democratic and humane world order be built," Dodik wrote.
Dodik quoted Trump at the end of the letter, adding that he and the Bosnian Serbs were behind those words.
"If you want freedom, be proud of your country. If you want democracy, hold on to your sovereignty. If you want peace, love your nation. Wise leaders always think of the well-being of their people and country first. The...