In an image of him dressed as a fighter pilot, he says that "the aim is the create the kind of army which will guarantee Russia's sovereignty, the respect of her partners and a stable peace".
Donald Trump wants to hit the ground running with Russian Federation.
Even if the leaks do not sink Hillary Clinton's bid for the White House, Mr. Putin could be motivated by revenge, a desire for an "asymmetric information advantage", or a weaker American presidency, as The Christian Science Monitor's Peter Grier reported last week. "Frankly, if we got along with Russian Federation and knocked out ISIS, that would be a good thing, not a bad thing", Trump said.
"It is out of step with, not just what Democrats think but out of step with what, up until the last few months, nearly every Republican thought, including some of the ones who are now endorsing Trump", he said.
'I have never seen in my lifetime, or in modern political history, any presidential candidate trying to discredit the elections and the election process before votes have even taken place.
She shouldn't be talking so tough.
Obama also slammed Republicans who had previously been "anti-Russia" for embracing Trump's positions.
It also shows her increased confidence, as many national polls show her with a solid lead over Trump. "They have a great dislike for each other", Trump said.
The US government has now formally accused Russian Federation of interfering in the US elections, and every instance of interference so far is clearly aimed at harming the Democratic candidate.
The poll shows that 41 percent of all registered voters believe in the possibility of the presidential election being "stolen" from Trump through voter fraud.
The Republican presidential nominee said Monday that it would be "wonderful" if he and Russian President Vladimir Putin could meet if Trump wins the election in November.