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Fox Analyst: Putin Believes in Russia, Obama Doesn’t Believe in America at All

During a heated debate on Tuesday night over Ukraine, Fox News analyst Ralph Peters told Sean Hannity that in addition to being a weak leader, President Obama doesn’t even believe his country, which is another reason Vladimir Putin is stronger now than the leader of the free world, because he at least “believes in Russia’s destiny.”

Peters said that whatever else you can say about Putin, “he is brilliant and ruthless” and has “clear goals.” He contrasted Putin with President Obama, who is “incapable and unwilling to lead,” thereby heightening America’s weakness and making his “far weaker” than Jimmy Carter ever was.

And that wasn’t even the harshest thing Peters had to say.

“Vladimir Putin believes in Russia. He believes in Russia’s destiny, its mission. Obama does not believe in American exceptionalism. He does not believe in this country.”

Hannity and Fox national security analyst KT McFarland both agreed with Peters, the latter adding Putin got “lucky” enough to be dealing with a “weak president like Obama.”

Watch the video below, via Fox News:

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