I'll be honest with you annatar, I wouldn't be surprised if Trump is compromised by the Russians. I wouldn't be the least bit surprised to discover that due to Trump's business incompetence he was bailed out by Russian oligarchs who are very close to Putin and thus are compromised by Putin and his Russian oligarch friends in Moscow. I think that's a very strong possibility and that Putin and his oligarch friends have strong leverage against Trump. I could be wrong, but I wouldn't be the least bit surprised if that turned out to be true. If it did turn out to be true, it would be the first time in our nation's history that a President has been compromised by an adversarial state.
Russia isn't, and need not be, an ''Adversarial State'' in relation to the United States. To think so is a dangerous and lunatic relic of the Cold War, propagated by dangerous and lunatic relics of the Cold War.
Second, Trump isn't tied in with or compromised in any way by the Russians, Oligarchical or otherwise. He is quite comfortable opposing Russia in every way, despite his lame rhetoric about wanting to have better relations. Fact is, Trump's Administration is the most Anti-Russian Administration yet.
You have actually bought into a narrative (along with others) that actually gives the most profoundly Anti-Russian Presidency in US History political cover for Anti-Russian actions. It is highly likely in fact that President Trump himself has bought into a political conspiracy (look up ''Anatoly Golitsyn'') that posits Russia as the center of Communism, that the Soviet Union's collapse was fake. I know that him buying into this insane garbage is possible, because more than a few older Cold War era conservatives I know absolutely believe it like an article of religious faith. He definitely says things like; ''America will never fall to Socialism'', as if Socialism/Communism still existed and isn't as dead as the Dodo. It's possible.
So think about it.
But man is a fickle and disreputable creature and perhaps, like a chess-player, is interested in the process of attaining his goal rather than the goal itself.