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Key takeaway from Biden’s statement is the desire for de-escalation with Russia. Perhaps out of concern that Putin is seriously on the precipice of moving into Ukraine. However, this statement will be welcomed in the Kremlin. It gives Putin much of what he desires: (1/2)

Even as Russia vowed to retaliate for the latest raft of U.S. sanctions, the Kremlin signaled it was ready to limit the damage and remained open to the White House’s offer of a presidential summit

The Kremlin hailed the Sputnik V vaccine as a triumph when it was approved for use in Russia in August, the first in the world. But distribution has been plagued by marketing missteps, self-inflicted wounds, and production problems.

Even as Russia vowed to retaliate for the latest raft of U.S. sanctions, the Kremlin signaled it was ready to limit the damage and remained open to the White House’s offer of a presidential summit via @bpolitics 

#UPDATE  The United States is "not looking to kick off a cycle of escalation and conflict with Russia, " President Joe Biden said, calling sanctions "proportionate " for what Washington says is the Kremlin's US election interference and a massive cyberattack

Pres. Biden is imposing sanctions on Russia in response to the Kremlin’s meddling in U.S. elections and the crippling SolarWinds cyberattack. The move marks the first significant U.S. sanctions in years and is designed to choke Moscow's ability to borrow money, @WeijiaJiangTV  reports.

Ukraine. Elections. Russia. Read why new U.S. sanctions on #Russia  will worsen the two countries’ already fraught relations and compel the Kremlin to respond to what it will perceive as an escalation.

President Biden is ordering a new round of sanctions on Russia — including the expulsion of some Kremlin diplomats — over Moscow's election meddling and the recent SolarWinds hack.

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“HE’S IN THE CUSTODY OF HIS KILLERS”: As the U.S. announces a sweeping series of sanctions against Russia with Putin foe Alexey Navalny still jailed, see @Billbrowder  discuss his experience with the Kremlin and his concern for #Navalny ’s safety with @MeghanMcCain  from February.

The sanctions represent the first retaliatory action announced against the Kremlin for last year's hack, familiarly known as the SolarWinds breach, and the first time the U.S. has explicitly linked Russia to that intrusion.


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Americans are outraged by reports that Russia offered bounties on U.S. troops. The only American who isn't? Donald Trump. Trump is again taking the Kremlin’s side and calling it a hoax. This is no hoax, Mr. President. But it is time you put our troops first, instead of Putin.

....a law firm, eventually Kremlin connected sources, to gather info on Donald Trump. Collusion is very real with Russia, but only with Hillary and the Democrats, and we should demand a full investigation.” Dan Bongino on Looking forward to the new IG Report!

The story Trump is referencing was written by a Russian working for the Kremlin’s propaganda agency. Get ready - this is the next 5 months. Russia and the Trump campaign openly collaborating to spread lies and manipulate the election.

Rand Paul was spotted boarding Air Force One this afternoon. He had planned on asking Trump to let all Russian lawmakers into the US, in exchange for Kremlin allowing US lawmakers into Russia. He is trying to bring Russian lawmakers to DC — including two who are banned from US

It’s been nearly 24 hours since Trump spoke to Putin and still no WH acknowledgement or readout of the call. Kremlin’s readout came immediately after, stating they discussed issues of “mutual interest”. - What issues? - Who from US was on call? - Why let Russia readout first?

“No information was ever given by the Trump Team to Russia, yet the Hillary Clinton campaign paid for information from Kremlin sources and just washed it through an intermediary, Christopher Steele.” Jesse Waters

“Gas prices drop across the United States because President Trump has deregulated Energy and we are now producing a great deal more oil than ever before.” But this is bad news for Russia, why would President Trump do such a thing? Thought he worked for Kremlin?

The next time you hear Trump claim that he's "tough" on Russia, remember that he has: --Weakened NATO and the EU --Given Putin cover on Crimea --Repeated Kremlin talking points --Ignored election interference --Lifted sanctions on key oligarch --Disregarded US intelligence

Today is a good day to remind people that eagerly accepted an invitation to join a secret Kremlin plot to help his father become president at the same time Russia was mounting an attack against the United States. And Kushner and Manafort were in on it, too.

@POTUS  must raise Russia's interference in our election with Putin, or the Kremlin will conclude he is too weak to confront them directly.