Post by Mendoza Chávez De La Hoya Card on Aug 23, 2016 20:42:01 GMT
“Are you aware that this entire happening concerns our leaders? They openly speak about rather not seeing this happen. Does this keep you awake? Do you care about this knowledge?” The reporter continued.
“Or do you have a plan to deal with the Americans, either North or South?”
Post by John Fitzgerald Kennedy II on Aug 23, 2016 21:05:34 GMT
A reporter from CNN raised his hand and stood up.
"Mr. president, how do you plan on dealing with the backlash from your new "alliance" with the NAU. It would be safe to assume that a lot of people will be unhappy from your decision. Especially with the tension between these two nations in past years."
"If there is to be war, I will not waste American lives! Drones are the way of the future, no more human casualties!" - John F. Kennedy II, President of the United States and former Senator of the state of New Jersey
Post by Dmitry Molchanov on Aug 23, 2016 22:04:25 GMT
"One at a time, one at a time," Dmitry stated. He then pointed to the South American reporter. "While I understand South America's concerns about a former enemy joining in a military alliance, I find that it's better to bury old grudges and move on from the past. The Cold War has ended, and it's time to put aside old rivalries in the case of Russia and the United States. What the SAP's relations with the NAU are don't fall under my jurisdiction, but I will keep a close eye on both parties." He then turned to the NAU reporter. "As for relations between Russia and the NAU itself, yes. I do expect trouble between both people should an alliance occur, but I also expect greater things out of improving relations between Cold War rivals. As for how the government plans to deal with it, we cannot say for sure, as we will have yet to see reactions from them." A reporter from FFN raised his hand as well, and Dmitry pointed. "In regards to relations between China and Russia, do you believe that war will break out between the Chinese and Russian people?" Dmitry sighed and straightened his tie as he started thinking of an answer. "Unfortunately, with China's new leader being little more than someone who bluffs his way with threats through the issues at hand, I believe that China and the Federation may come to blows in the near-future. However, I plan to straighten out these relations, much to my distaste of the communist party, and rekindle friendly relations between these two nations." "And what of the speculation revolving around Omar Al-Ghazi? Some would say that you have an obsession with him. Is this true?" Dmitry then began to show nervousness in the face of this question. "I would prefer if we keep personal questions out. Next, please." "I'm serious though," the reporter said, "Rumors state that you hide information from the public in regards to Omar so that you can be the one to catch him and prove superiority over the other nations of the world. Would you say you have an obsession?" "I'm serious, keep personal questions out of this Q&A, please." "But you answered the Europeans' question about your opinion towards the possibility of war. We are curious as to why you are hiding information about Omar from the public!" "That is slander and accusation, sir, and I will not tolerate it! This Q&A is over!" Dmitry fumed, leaving the steps as more reporters began asking questions in regards to Omar and the Russian President's seeming personal vendetta against him.
"Мы здесь, чтобы сохранить мир, не начинать войну. [We are here to keep the peace, not to start a war.]" - Dmitry Molchanov, President and former Prime Minister of the Russian Federation