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Update: “In Trump We Trust” Coins Unveiled In Russia Two Days Before Obama’s Exit.

Update: “In Trump We Trust” Coins Unveiled In Russia Two Days Before Obama’s Exit.

“In Trump We Trust” commemorative coins, were unveiled before President elect Trump’s inauguration which is to hold on Friday, January 20.

Vladimir Vasyukhin – the company’s director – says the only 45 pieces have been produced.

It has a cherubic mug of Trump and also the Statue of Liberty.

“There are more hopes associated with Trump with regards to the lifting of sanctions; maybe the environment (between the U.S. and Russia) will change,” Vasyukhin said to The Associated Press Television Network.

Vasyukhin stated that the coins will be sold for thousands of dollars, and that the company, named Art-Grani, is putting in efforts to give the first coin to Donald Trump himself.

A Russian company has made silver and gold coins with Donald Trump’s face on them.
The commemorative coins, which has “In Trump We Trust” inscription on them, were unveiled ahead of Trump’s presidential inauguration scheduled for Friday, January 20.

According to Vladimir Vasyukhin, the company’s director, only 45 pieces have been made.

It features a cherubic mug of Trump as well as the Statue of Liberty.

“There are more hopes associated with Trump with regards to the lifting of sanctions; maybe the environment (between the U.S. and Russia) will change,” Vasyukhin told The Associated Press Television Network.

Vasyukhin said the coins will sell for thousands of dollars, adding that the company, named Art-Grani, is making arrangements to present the first coin to Trump himself.
After winning the elections, Trump had hailed the Russian President Vladimir Putin as a great leader who is “very smart.”

This caused insinuations from U.S. politicians and also U.S. intelligence agencies that Russia was behind hackings that allegedly shrunk Hillary Clinton’s chances of winning.

Trump, in an interview on Monday, talked about relaxing some U.S. sanctions against Russia if the country accepts to a nuclear arms reduction.