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Moscow other than the want to avoid being targeted by US intelligence? No one really wanted to talk about as to why he was trying to have those channel communications but certainly having worked in the White House for four years, I can tell you that during the transition, you are trying to bring the administration up to speed so that on January 20, you can hit the ground running. What is the.
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Those questions cast a cloud over the administration and its not going to go away until we have much more forthcoming information. Don't about impeachment, don't talk about scandal, led the special council do their work. Thank you very much. The secretary was referring to these latest reports that Jared Krishna, the son-in-law of the president, went to the Russians and said could he set up a private communications channel with Moscow during the transition.
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Kleptocracy is lit AF. Political opposition? Lame, according to Russian pop singer Alisa Voxwho, according to a source who talked to Russian news site Meduza , was paid $35,000 by the Kremlin for her new music video. SEE ALSO: France dislikes Trump even more than Putin, so that's reassuring The song is called "Baby Boy," and it's all about the joys of not protesting. Here's a sample of the lyrics, as translated by The Moscow Times : The rest of the song describes a student protester who holds signs with "weak hands," missing classes and getting bad grades because he's a "puppet" of opposition forces who falsely promise him "great riches." Read more... More about Russia , Music Video , Propaganda , Alisa Vox , and Entertainment
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propaganda. There is an exhibition on 300 years of France and Russian ties here was meant to highlight the relationship between the two countries. more recent events have made this a stiff and awkward meeting and it showed. Joining us now from London is Andrew Jack, a journalist with the Financial Times, who was the paper's Moscow bureau chief and also Paris correspondent
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He's in France but he's not hanging out with the new French President - that's what Vladimir Putin's been doing today. The two leaders had a get-to-know-you meeting at Versailles. And you really have to wonder how cordial it was given that days before the French election Mr Macron accused Moscow of interfering in his poll. At a tense press conference, Vladimir Putin insisted any implication of Russian meddling was rubbish. From Paris, Lucy Williamson reports
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U.S. President Donald Trump is defending Jared Kushner, his son-in-law and a senior White House adviser, who news reports say attempted to establish a back-channel communications link to Russian officials in the weeks before Trump assumed power in January. “Jared is doing a great job for the country,” Trump told The New York Times late Sunday. “I have total confidence in him. He is respected by virtually everyone and is working on programs that will save our country billions of dollars. In addition to that, and perhaps more importantly, he is a very good person.” The 36-year-old Kushner, a New York real estate executive before joining Trump's White House staff, is married to Trump's oldest daughter Ivanka, who also is a White House adviser. Kushner, according to several news accounts, sought to create the secret communications link with Moscow as he met with the Kremlin's ambassador to the U.
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At least 11 people died when a severe thunderstorm hit the Russian capital Moscow, health officials say. Hundreds of trees were toppled by the storm, and more than 50 people sought medical help. Reports say that electrical cables were damaged as Moscow was lashed with high winds, hail and torrential rain. The winds of up to 110 km/h (70 mph) were described by meteorologists as extremely rare for the city, and caused structural damage to buildings. If the death toll of 11 is confirmed - and some officials give a lower figure - it would be the deadliest storm in the city for more than 100 ...
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