Former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright apologized to Mitt Romney on Tuesday for previously mocking his 2012 description of Russia as the country’s top geopolitical foe.
KIEV, Ukraine—News reports from Russian media over the weekend indicate that the hypersonic cruise missile highlighted in President Vladimir Putin’s Feb. 20 state of the nation address is being contemplated for use in a first strike against targets in the continental United States.
President Donald Trump said Thursday morning that his decision to pull troops out of Syria was no surprise, tweeting it is time for the troops to come home and for the United States to start to rebuild.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – U.S. Defense Secretary Jim Mattis accused Russian President Vladimir Putin on Saturday of being a “slow learner” who again tried to meddle in U.S. elections in November, adding that he had no trust in the Russian leader.
President Donald Trump announced late Thursday morning that he would not meet as scheduled with Russian President Vladimir Putin during the upcoming G20 summit.
Author Bob Woodward says former President Barack Obama “wasn’t tough enough” on the world stage, adding that former British prime minister David Cameron didn’t think Obama had what it took to “operate in the world” of thugs such as Syria’s Bashar al-Assad and Russia’s Vladimir Putin.
MSNBC host Rachel Maddow and several of her peers falsely accused the White House of editing out a damaging question from the transcript and video of the Helsinki press conference with President Donald Trump and Russian President Vladamir Putin.