Trump said: the fall in gasoline prices proves that it is not associated with the Kremlin

President Donald trump wrote on Twitter: the drop in gasoline prices in the United States is «bad news» for Russia, and, therefore, proof that it has nothing to do with the Kremlin.

New tweet trump appeared today, January 14.

“Gas prices drop across the United States because President Trump has deregulated Energy and we are now producing a great deal more oil than ever before.” @foxandfriends But this is bad news for Russia, why would President Trump do such a thing? Thought he worked for the Kremlin?

— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) January 14, 2019

«Gasoline prices in the United States are falling because President trump was deregulirovat energy, and now we produce much more oil than ever before. But for Russia this is bad news, so why would President trump do it? Was it because he worked for the Kremlin?», — asked about trump in the social network.

New message trump, apparently, was a reaction to Friday’s article in the New York Times that the FBI began a secret investigation of relationships trump with Moscow after the President dismissed the former Director of the FBI James Komi in may 2017.

Recall that shortly after the dismissal of Komi was appointed spectracolor Robert Mueller, who are still investigating.

The NYT sources said that the FBI actually suspect that trump is a Russian agent, working consciously in favor of the Kremlin against the United States.

On Saturday, the trump in the same Twitter said that James Comey, in which «the FBI was a mess, protects his best friend Robert Mueller and 13 of angry Democrats who are not motivated to investigate a real conspiracy (and more) Hillary Clinton during her campaign.»

…..who is being totally protected by his best friend, Bob Mueller, & the 13 Angry Democrats — leaking machines who have NO interest in going after the Real Collusion (and much more) by Crooked Hillary Clinton, her Campaign, and the Democratic National Committee. Just Watch!

— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) January 12, 2019

According to the Associated Press, as of Sunday, 13, January, the average price for a gallon of gasoline in the U.S. fell by 12 cents over the past three weeks.

The average price of a gallon of regular gasoline currently is $2,31. This average price was lower by 66 cents over the past 3.5 months.