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U.S. imposes new sanctions on Russia for Crimea, investments

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Cue the mental gymnastics that Russia meddling conspiracy theorists will pull to explain this.

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Cue the mental gymnastics that Russia meddling conspiracy theorists will pull to explain this.

No mental gymnastics needed. Trump has no coherent foreign policy.

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Puppet of Putin! Oh wait, he did something against Putin....ummm....no consistency!

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@blacklb Puppet of Putin! Oh wait, he did something against Putin....ummm....no consistency!

How can anyone be sure Trump's even aware of this, especially given the reports that claim his staff sneak things by him, that he doesn't read much, particularly anything with details, and especially given how much time Trump spends away from the WH playing golf, looking after his properties, and also being a politician constantly campaigning and leading rallies for himself.

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As somebody who believes in karma, the more sanctions and tariffs they make the more deeper they are digging their grave.

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Uh huh so only this Trump didn’t know about it. Everything else he personally participated in colluding directly with the Russians about. Got it

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Puppet of Putin! Oh wait, he did something against Putin

Baloney.

And what did he do against Putin? Pass CAATSA? Uhm, No, Congress did that with a veto-proof majority.

  "The American establishment has won an overwhelming victory over Trump. The president wasn't happy with the new sanctions, but he had to sign the bill."

Medvedev

You don’t get credit for something that happens in spite of you.

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