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Greeks Trust Putin Most Relative To Trump, Brits Undecided

Around the world, few people trust Russian President Vladimir Putin to do the right thing when it comes to international affairs. A global median of roughly one-in-four (26%) say they have confidence in the Russian leader. However, as...Show More Summary

Ex-Aussie Olympian says he's cleared to compete for Russia

Former Australian Olympian Shane Perkins says he has completed his sporting defection to Russia after President Vladimir Putin signed off on granting him citizenship        

Ex-Aussie Olympian says he's cleared to compete for Russia

Former Australian Olympian Shane Perkins says he has completed his sporting defection to Russia after President Vladimir Putin signed off on granting him citizenship. In to bid to compete at … Click to Continue »

#Putinshirtlesschallenge: Russians show topless photos

13 hours agoNews : USAToday: News

Russian President Vladimir Putin is decompressing on his summer vacation bare-chested in Siberia. Veuer's Maria Mercedes Galuppo (mariamgaluppo) has more.        

Russian Invasion? Moscow's Rivals Say War Games Are Cover And Troops Won't Leave

Despite repeatedly assuring his rivals that Russia's upcoming military exercises were just that, President Vladimir Putin faces regional doubts.

Putin More Trusted Around the World Than Trump

A new Pew Research survey finds that respondents in 22 out of 36 countries trusted Russian President Vladimir Putin more than President Trump when it comes to handling global affairs. And that includes American allies like Germany, France and Japan.

Vladimir Putin goes shirtless for his summer vacation in Siberia

21 hours agoNews : USAToday: News

Russian President Vladimir Putin is decompressing on his summer vacation bare-chested in Siberia. Veuer's Maria Mercedes Galuppo (mariamgaluppo) has more.        

Trump's Approval Rating In Russia More Than Twice Putin's in the U.S.

Most countries are more confident in Russian President Vladimir Putin's leadership than President Donald Trump's, including key U.S. allies.

Trump campaign emails show Russia cast 'wide net' to gain access to team Trump

Newly revealed emails of a low-level adviser to the Trump campaign show the aide was eager to make connections between Donald Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin. But experts on Russia say the emails also demonstrate that Russian officials were seeking multiple access points to team Trump. Show More Summary

Russian ex-minister accuses Putin ally at bribery trial

Russia's ex-economy minister Alexei Ulyukayev on Wednesday accused the head of state oil giant Rosneft, a powerful ally of President Vladimir Putin, of personally entrapping him as he is accused of taking a massive bribe. Russia on Wednesday...Show More Summary

Russian Characters Repeatedly Tried to Contact Trump Campaign... and Were Serially Rebuffed and Refused

Kompromat? Nyet. A young aide on President Donald Trump's 2016 campaign attempted several times to set up a meeting between Trump and "Russian leadership," including President Vladimir Putin, according to internal campaign emails. Three days after George Papadopoulos was named...

A Trump campaign foreign-policy adviser reportedly wanted to set up a meeting with Putin during the election

One of Donald Trump's foreign-policy advisers reportedly sent an email to other campaign officials proposing a meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin, according to a Washington Post report published on Monday. The Post reports...Show More Summary

Distinguished persons of the week

President Trump, in yet another outlandish, ignorant statement declared last week that we really should thank Russian President Vladimir Putin for kicking 755 people out of our Moscow embassy. He later claimed it was a joke. We don’t buy that, but in any event to make light of the work of dedicated public servants and […]

Trump says was being 'sarcastic' in thanking Putin for embassy staff cuts

By James Oliphant BEDMINSTER, NJ (Reuters) - President Donald Trump said on Friday he was being sarcastic when he thanked Russian President Vladimir Putin for saving the United States money by ordering cuts in U.S. diplomatic staff in Russia. Show More Summary

Fox Guest Gushes Over Trump For Thanking Putin

Fox News found a guest who didn’t just defend Donald Trump’s jaw-dropping public thanks to Vladimir Putin for slashing the U.S. embassy staff but presented it as ‘smart policy’ that ‘speaks well of the president.’ In case you missed it, Trump responded to Russia’s move, which was in retaliation for the U.S. Show More Summary

'Dumbfounded' diplomats say Trump's comments about embassy cuts 'make him Putin's patsy'

Trump thanked Russian President Vladimir Putin last week for saving the US money by cutting the US' embassy staff in Moscow. Career diplomats and foreign policy experts were left "dumbfounded" by the comments, which they said sent "precisely...Show More Summary

Trump thanks Putin for expelling US diplomats from Russia because it 'cuts US payroll'

Donald Trump has thanked President Vladimir Putin for expelling nearly 800 American diplomats from Russia because it allows the US to "cut down our payroll". The US leader is on a 17-day "working vacation" at his own golf club in Bedminster, New Jersey and made the comments while addressing the press. Show More Summary

Trump says he was being sarcastic when he thanked Putin for ordering cuts of US diplomatic staff in Russia

President Donald Trump implied that he was joking when he thanked Russian President Vladimir Putin for ordering cuts of US diplomatic staff in Russia. Trump made the comment during a press conference on Thursday, saying he was "veryShow More Summary

Trump was joking when he thanked Putin for booting diplomats

6 days agoNews : NY Daily News

Trump said Friday he was just clowning around when he thanked Russian President Vladimir Putin for booting US diplomats from his country.

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