Three years on from the shooting of protesters in Kiev, geopolitical scores are far from settled. A bumpy road connects polticial consultant Paul Manafort, former Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych, Ukrainian lawmaker Andrei Artemenko and American President Donald Trump.
For Trump, Russia is the emerging market worth investing in currently, however in caveat into the high-end sector he counts on his international experience in the market. Trump said: “The emerging world in general attributes such brand premium to real estate that we are looking all over the place, primarily Russia."
It is easy to see why a man like Donald Trump admires Putin. They both share a penchant for posturing, a fetish for unhindered power, a disdain for institutions and for the law, an extremely high self-regard, and a tendency to act unpredictably. So, if you are comfortable with Trump admiring Putin’s leadership style, then you must also be comfortable for Putin’s results. Donald Trump will not more make America great again, he will remake it in the image of Putin’s Russia — weakened and isolated.
"Will a Trump Tower share the skyline with the Kremlin's spires? 'We're looking at building a super-luxury residential tower, which I think Moscow desperately wants and needs,' Donald Trump was quoted as saying in the Moscow Times... 'We're so busy in Russia right now,' LeBow says, 'And everybody knows there are no deals being done these days in the U.S. There's nobody lending money, so why bother?'"