Obama Likes Sutygin for Chapman Trade

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Thursday, 8 July 2010

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President Obama's first trade of his presidency looks like it will cement his place in history books as a "change instigator."

"It looks like Obama is going to trade Anna Chapman and the rest of the arrested Russian spies for Igor Sutygin. He thinks this will help help relations between Russia and the United States," Press Secretary Robert Gibbs.

Igor Sutygin is a Russian scientist that was spending time behind bars for spying.

The Russians were willing to give up Sutygain for the exchange of the Anna Chapman and the rest of Russian spies, because they were sick of the PR hit their country was taking because of their bumbling spies.

"The Russian people are proud people, and they don't like incompetence in the spies they use," Prime Minister Putin said. "When I was working for the KGB we usually weeded these people out before they could get caught, but times have changed."

It isn't clear what will happen to the spies once they are returned to Russia, but they already suffered enough embarrassment by being capture for doing something they could have done on Google.

"The Russian government really wasted a lot of money on these spies. What did they get for their money? Nothing! I really think Obama is doing the right thing by trading them for someone with a strong science background," said Press Secretary Robert Gibbs.

The trade did come as a shock to some Americans that aren't familiar with the Cold War, but they soon got over it when they saw they were receiving in return for the Russians.

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