The US has a problem. It has too many statues of evil white men, such as the Confederate generals, the Founding Fathers, Columbus, and even the first governor of Russian Alaska, Alexander Baranov. You may not personally consider it a problem, but plenty of your compatriots do, and they’re usually more influential than you. Sucks to be you, sorry.
Russia also has a problem. It has ~20,000 statues and busts of Lenin, of which ~99% are mass produced kitsch, with zero historic or cultural value.
This suggests scope for a productive exchange.
In keeping with the Zeitgeist, Russia can export most of its Lenin statues to the US. Although one might expect Antifa and allies to be most excited about that, this is not something that even red-blooded, patriotic American conservatives should object to – after all, just as the October Revolution was the single most brilliant German intelligence operation in history, so it also ensured American economic and cultural hegemony during the second half of the 20th century. It would not be inappropriate to honor the unacknowledged author of this success.
Meanwhile, I am sure that Russia could find a new home for the Baranovs and Columbuses and Robert E. Lees and Jeffersons and even Hans Christian Hegs on its multitudes of newly vacated plinths. They will look a bit out of place, sure, but anything would be better than having to stare at the bald mug of a Russophobic psychopath whose political creation fell apart when its own elites sold it for American jeans and Big Macs.