The unprecedented unsubtlety of Trump’s Russia crush
By Lisa Van DusenJan. 16, 2019
The infatuated president’s passion for Putin couldn’t have been more obvious if he’d humped the diminutive dictator’s leg and belted out the Russian national anthem during their Helsinki newser.
Most of what U.S. President Donald Trump has done in his first two years in office has benefited Russian leader Vladimir Putin and others of his ilk, writes Lisa Van Dusen. White House photo by Shealah Craighead
It’s hard to pinpoint what Exhibit A might be in the investigation into whether the president of the United States is a Russian stooge.
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