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Trump calls Putin by name for the atrocities in Syria

So much for personal chemistry On 444th day of his presidency, Donald Trump found a reason to tweet something bad about Russian Vladimir Putin. "President Putin, Russia and Iran are responsible for supporting Animal Assad." Trump tweeted after a suspected chemical attack that killed dozens of people in Douma, a rebel suburb of the Syrian capital. "Grand Prix … to …

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Obama uses cyber hotline to warn Putin against hacking

A month after former president Obama confronted Russian leader Vladimir Putin to warn him to "cut it out" after discovering the Kremlin what interfering in the 2016 election, his national security council took the rare step of using a cyber hotline to relay the same message. Michael Daniel, Obama's cyber czar, said the officials used the channel in 2013 so …

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On Sunday morning Trump rages against Obama, Putin, Assad and the press

In the midst of an escalating trade dispute between China and the US and a chemical weapons attack in Syria, President Donald Trump took Twitter on Sunday morning to share his thoughts on growing tensions between the economic powers – and of course Trump responded on Sunday Chemical weapons attack near Damascus, Syria, which took place on Saturday night. The …

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President Trump Slams Putin & Iran for latest chemical attack

Warning: Some Readers May Disturb Content On Saturday, reports began to come from Syria that their own government had used chemical attacks on civilians, killing dozens of men, women and children. It was not known what the US reaction would be, but today President Donald J. Trump has made it clear that he has accused Russian President Vladimir Putin and …

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Trump blames Putin, Obama for "mindless" attack

CLOSE A suspected poison gas attack on the rebel city of Douma near the Syrian capital has killed at least 40 people, according to Syrian activists, rescuers and paramedics. USA TODAY A detail from a video of the Syrian civil defense in Douma shows an unknown volunteer holding an oxygen mask over a child's face in a hospital. A chemical …

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Trump Tweet's condemnation of the chemical attack in Syria, said Putin shares the blame

President Trump vowed on Sunday that it would give a "high price" to the "mindless CHEMICAL attack" that killed dozens of people in a rebel-held enclave in Syria and one administration official said that no options were excluded [19659002] When gruesome pictures of bodies appeared in cellars and bloody survivors in hospitals in East Ghouta, Trump made a rare criticism …

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Sanctions for Russian oligarchs are unlikely to hit Putin seriously, experts say

Among those named was Oleg Deripaska, a man not only known for the billions he gained as an aluminum magnate, but also for his connections to former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort. Another, Kirill Shamalov, is said to have been Putin's son, father-in-law, and Russia's youngest billionaire thanks to his large stake in the petrochemical giant Sibur. Igor Rotenberg is …

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Trump exacerbates pressure on Russia as West rallies against Putin

President Donald Trump increases economic and diplomatic pressure on Russia after more than a year of bipartisan criticism – even from his own top staff – that he has not done enough to confront Moscow because of his interference in the elections of 2016. Trump's decision on Friday to sanction dozens of Russian magnates, companies and important allies of President …

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The new Russia sanctions are likely to target oligarchs with ties to Putin

Receive breaking news and special reports. The news and stories that are important were delivered on weekdays in the morning SUBSCRIPTION WASHINGTON – The US is expected to impose its most aggressive sanctions on Friday against Russian oligarchs likely targeting people with ties to Russian President Vladimir Putin US Officials The officials did not give names of the target persons …

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