State Dept Saw ‘No Need’ To Impose Russia Sanctions

Published on February 1, 2018

Despite the House’s 419-3 vote and the Senate’s 98-2 vote on Russian sanctions, the State Department is letting Vladimir Putin off the hook.

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  • whitepiano23 12 months ago

    Welp this is actually bad news, considering russian insider says Russia wants more sanctions

  • Casual Rosas 12 months ago

    Drink water more

  • Toad Jiang 12 months ago

    Yeah! It’s simply too cruel to force a compulsive liar to give a statement under oath.

  • Ro G 12 months ago

    So t’rump is alone in saying that Russia doesn’t need stronger sanctions? And this is Russia. And there’s that whole thing about Putin playing him like a KGB asset? Hmm, you don’t say.

  • khan ate 12 months ago

    :33 I miss phil ken sebben

  • Theworld'scleverestidiot 12 months ago

    …How can you legally not impose sanctions when Congress actually managed to pass it? The never manage that!

  • Know Thanks 12 months ago

    Keep beating that Russian strawman. Ignore the Grizzly and 8,000 lb Elephant.

  • John Ejim 12 months ago

    Call it Russia call it hacking the fact is the 2016 election had 2 bad candidates and we got the one that could hide their dirt best

  • JuanJo Calva 12 months ago

    Listen closely and you’ll hear a falling Jon Batiste at the end of the video.

  • New Message 12 months ago

    “There’s no obstruction whatsoever.”

    That’s as unbelievable a statement about collusion with Russia as it is about the state of his bowels. Because clearly something is backing the shit up so badly it’s about to spew from his ears.

  • Bubba Gump 12 months ago

    This pales in importance to the huge crisis going on with children that need food or will die! UNICEF says millions are dying, and the administration is doing nothing, in fact they cut aid! Save lives with Share the Meal, an app where 50 cents feeds a starving child for the day. If anyone has any other ideas, let me know. We must make this the center of our conversation and solve it!

  • V.Z. Zilber 12 months ago

    It would be the first time Mr. Pompeo, an extreme hawk, has insisted there was a severe threat to national security! It is not like such statements translate into more political and financial support for his agenda and for the intelligence community in general. I am sure there is some truth to his words, but I think all claims by secret police agencies should be viewed with a healthy skepticism.


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