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Feb 07 2014
After President Vladimir V. Putin delivered Russia’s successful pitch to host the Winter Olympic Games in Sochi — in English and a smattering of French, no less — he declared it an international validation of the Russia that had emerged from the ruins of the Soviet Union.New York Times (News)
Mar 02 2022
President Joe Biden unfurled a resolute defense of democracy in his first State of the Union address on Tuesday, declaring that the United States would act as a leader for the free world as it rallies with Ukraine against a brutal Russian invasion.
With a war raging an ocean away, Biden vowed that the United States would emerge from years of division and disease to protect and expandPolitico
Apr 21 2014
While Vladimir Putin, Stalin’s spawn, ponders what to do with what remains of Ukraine, remember: Nine years before the January 1942 Wannsee Conference, at which the Nazis embarked on industrialized genocide, Stalin deliberately inflicted genocidal starvation on Ukraine.George Will
Feb 25 2022
Bill Maher’s ‘Real Time’ Says Russia Is Like Kanye West, Ukraine Is Kim Kardashian, NATO Is Pete Davidson
In his last HBO Real Time before a short hiatus, Bill Maher had the unenviable task of trying to find laughs in the situation in Ukraine. Amazingly, he was able to pull it off within the boundaries of good taste, all while allowing his guests to run with the notion that more must be done in defense of the embattled country.
Noting that this episode of his show is likely the last hisDeadline
Dec 16 2016
President Barack Obama has expressed his intent to take action against Russia for its alleged effort to impact the “integrity” of last month’s election.
Obama said that action may be “explicit and publicized” and some of it may not be, adding Russian President Vladimir Putin was aware of Obama’s sentiment on the issue.Breitbart News
Dec 01 2015
President Obama used a press conference Tuesday at the Paris climate summit to once again claim progress in the U.S.-led coalition’s campaign against the Islamic State, while also setting low near-term expectations for gaining Russian President Vladimir Putin's full cooperation in the fight.Fox News (Online News)
Oct 17 2017
FBI uncovered Russian bribery plot before Obama administration approved controversial nuclear deal with Moscow
Before the Obama administration approved a controversial deal in 2010 giving Moscow control of a large swath of American uranium, the FBI had gathered substantial evidence that Russian nuclear industry officials were engaged in bribery, kickbacks, extortion and money laundering designed to grow Vladimir Putin’s atomic energy business inside the United States, according to government documentsThe Hill
Jun 18 2020
WASHINGTON – The war of words between President Trump and his former National Security Advisor, John Bolton, is spilling over into the courts. The administration has filed a restraining order to stop the release of Bolton's new book, The Room Where it Happened, claiming it violates national security.
In an exclusive interview with ABC News' Martha Raddatz, Bolton gives a glimpse ofCBN
Mar 03 2022
President Joe Biden used the beginning of his first State of the Union address to voice support for Ukraine as Russia invades the country. Russia is reportedly bombing civilian areas and trying to overtake major Ukrainian cities, but is being met with significant resistance and heavy sanctions. In his speech, Biden accused Russian President Vladimir Putin of an "unprovoked, premediatedAllSides Staff
Jul 10 2017
Early Sunday morning, President Donald Trump tweeted his support for a new partnership with Russian President Vladimir Putin to craft an “impenetrable cyber security unit” that would work to prevent election hacking.
Some 12 hours later, those plans were dramatically scaled back as the president said even though he discussed them, they “can’t” happen.HuffPost