Did Deripaska and McConnell engage in a bit of quid pro quo? $200M in Kentucky for sanctions relief? Congress wants answers.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on Sunday struggled to provide examples of how Donald Trump is countering Russian President Vladimir Putin's attacks on the U.S. election system.
In two tweets, Donald Trump invited Russia to keep interfering in our elections, and admitted he's just another tool of an autocratic oil-drenched dictator.
Via The Late Show with Stephen Colbert...
Donald Trump refused to deny he is an asset of the Russian government, and instead called the recent report by The New York Times "insulting" during an interview with Fox's Jeanine Pirro.
Nicolle Wallace talks to security expert Chuck Rosenberg. It's alarming how Trump is echoing Kremlin talking points.
Rachel Maddow and Ambassador Michael McFaul explore the pipeline for ideas like the bizarre claim that the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan was a good idea, and wonder aloud who the source for his illusions is.
Analysts believe this is Putin getting leverage for Maria Butina.
Wyoming Sen. John Barrasso refused to admit to Meet the Press host Chuck Todd that it just might be a problem to have a president compromised by the Russians.
Wyoming Sen. John Barrasso dances all around the question about whether it's a problem to have the president of the United States compromised by a hostile foreign government.
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