With all the communication between Russian government officials and the presidential campaign of Donald Trump, you’d think someone at the White House would know that the Kremlin is home to professional trolls.
But they apparently didn’t realize this until after a photo session at the White House on Wednesday went public.
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Trump hosted Russia’s U.S. ambassador Sergey Kislyak and Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov at the White House on Wednesday. Members of the U.S. press weren’t allowed in, and photos from the official White House photographer didn’t appear anywhere until the following day. Read more…
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