'Get Ready Russia' For A Fierce Comeback From America, Warms Donald Trump

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| April 11 , 2018 , 17:49 IST

America's worsening relationship with Russia was reflected on US President Donald Trump's warming tweet on Wednesday. In a terrifying challenge, he took upon the Russian President Vladimir Putin for threatening to shoot down American missiles fired at Syria.

His tweet started, "Russia vows to shoot down any and all missiles fired at Syria," signalling the warning spewed by Russia stating, "If there is a strike by the Americans then the missiles will be downed and even the sources from which the missiles were fired."

Warning the Russian forces to 'Get Ready' for American missiles, Trump said, "Get ready Russia, because they will be coming, nice and new and smart!," adding, "You shouldn’t be partners with a Gas Killing Animal who kills his people and enjoys it!"

Trump's tweet was in reference to the chemical attack on the Syrian town of Douma on Sunday which killed 40. Notably, Putin-backed Syrian President Bashar al-Assad is suspected of being behind the deadly attack, after which Trump has assured to take an action within 48 hours.

Following the threatening tweet, Trump again tweeted specifying relations between the US and Russia have worsened over the time and has gradually led to the Cold war between the two superpowers, also mentioning the economic crisis Russia is currently facing.

"Russia needs us to help with their economy, something that would be very easy to do, and we need all nations to work together," tweeted President Trump. He went ahead and asked the people affected by the 'arms race' between the two countries if it should stop.

Seems like Trump is considering of bringing this madness to a halt and shake hands with Russia. Just a week back, the Russian president has vowed to remove American troops from Syria, prompting a clash with top-level military chiefs which later forced him into a humiliating climb down.

Sunday's attack has enraged the US President and his fury reflected in his words as he spoke at the White House cabinet meeting on Monday. He said, "It was an atrocious attack. It was horrible. You don’t see things like that as bad as the news is around the world."