A top member of Russian's Kremlin taunted Obama with a tweet on Thursday, comparing his masculinity to that of President Vladimir Putin. The Telegraph (UK) called the tweet, issued by deputy prime minister Dmitry Rogozin, "a …
The Kremlin-backed Russian Internet Research Agency operated dozens of Twitter accounts masquerading as local American ... to a meme that advocated for the legislative agenda of Barack Obama. Trump was inaugurated on Jan. …
Early Thursday, President Obama's State Department posted notice ... mass spy expulsion since the Cold War. But the Kremlin response? Laughter. Monitoring the Russian press and the Kremlin's Twitter feed, there hasn't been …
Obama introduced the pop star on stage with the words 'I love Katy Perry. She is just a wonderful person... for her to …
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As I said on Friday: This constitutes a direct challenge to Washington by Moscow—and by Vladimir Putin to Barack Obama, personally. The KGB officer in the Kremlin is seeking ... He’s published four books and is on Twitter at …
The "Paradise Papers" show that the Kremlin invested millions into Twitter and Facebook via two major state ... who …
Milner, whose holdings have included major stakes in Facebook and Twitter ... of shell companies — to the Kremlin. Ties to the Russian State In those years, as part of its diplomatic “reset” with Moscow, the Obama administration was …
It's come to this. Russia is turning to Twitter to drop a sissy bomb on President Obama, using photos to challenge the manliness of America's commander in chief, while pumping up their main man, President Vladimir Putin. The post by …
“It is sad that the Obama administration ... by President Donald Trump’s administration,” per the statement from the Kremlin. Considering the prime minister’s odd tweet, let’s go back to before the 2012 elections when President …