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Worst US-Russian Relations Ever

Worst US-Russian Relations Ever

President Trump has been considering military action.

Syrian U.N. Ambassador Bashar Ja'afari told reporters on Thursday, "We're ready to escort them to where they want, whenever they want, anytime they want".

Maria Zakharova, spokeswoman for the Russian Foreign Ministry, in a Facebook post Wednesday, wondered if the chemical weapons watchdog investigating the reports of the attack on Douma had been warned that U.S. missiles would destroy "all evidence" of the attack.

"Our relationship with Russian Federation is worse now than it has ever been, and that includes the Cold War. I was very positive about Ukraine-another negative to the Fake Russia C story!" he said.

On Wednesday, Trump warned Russian Federation to brace for USA engagement in Syria, after a suspected chemical attack in Eastern Ghouta's Douma killed dozens.

Speaking at a news conference in the capital, Maria Zaharova condemned the threats from U.S. President Donald Trump aimed not only at Syria, but also Russian Federation. And as Trump's party was rocked by upheaval on Capitol Hill, White House staffers explored whether he has the legal authority to fire the men leading the investigation into his administration and, as underscored by the seizure of documents from his private lawyer, his business and personal life.

Aides and allies say they are alarmed by Trump's increasing anger over an array of developments, from film star Stormy Daniels' lawsuit to Mueller's probe, as he tweeted threats of military strikes in Syria.




The mercurial USA leader yesterday notably avoided criticizing Vladimir Putin personally and - once more - held out the prospect of long-promised cooperation with Moscow, including a summit on arms control that was first mooted a year ago. Russian Federation needs us to help with their economy, something that would be very easy to do, and we need all nations to work together. He suggested, "stop the arms race?"

President Donald Trump insists he did not consider firing special counsel Robert Mueller in December.

The most recent phone call between Putin and Modi, details of which haven't been released, could be seen as the formation of a closer alliance between the two countries as tensions between Russian Federation and a number of other global nations continue to escalate to unsafe levels.

He complained that the investigation is "headed up by. all Democrat loyalists, or people that worked for (former President Barack) Obama", although Mueller is a Republican and was appointed as director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation by both Republican President George W. Bush and Obama.

Trump has repeatedly denied colluding with Russian Federation to influence the election, including yesterday, when he stated there was "No Collusion or Obstruction (other than I fight back)".

The Kremlin spokesman has commented on President Donald Trump's tweet warning of an imminent missile strike on Syria by saying that Moscow doesn't engage in Twitter diplomacy.

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