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Oops! During Monday’s joint press conference with Russian President Vladamir Putin, President Trump said he saw no reason why Russia would want to meddle in the 2016 presidential election. But that’s actually totally not what he meant.
Monday’s historic meeting between two bosom buds, Vladimir Putin and Donald Trump, was somehow weirder and worse than anticipated. Remarkable how that still happens.
Donald Trump’s company was working on a deal to build a Trump Tower in Moscow during his presidential run in 2015 and 2016, the Washington Post reports, citing both sources and records reviewed by administration lawyers.
Vladimir Putin–dictator, persecutor of gays, war criminal, charmer of Megyn Kelly and tigers–has released a new set of Siberian vacation photos seven months ahead of the next Russian presidential election. And daaaaaamn look at those pecs.
From the looks of it, Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin have been enjoying a jolly ol’ time together at the G-20 summit. Seated beneath their countries’ flags, they engaged in acute manspreading and warmly shook hands as Putin took the measure of the autocratic sucker beaming before him. Trump also tweeted…
In news I think you probably saw coming, Vladimir Putin and Donald Trump had a warm and lengthy meeting at the G-20 summit on Friday. Afterwards, Russian officials claimed that Trump “accepts” Putin’s claim that Russia didn’t meddle in the United States’ electoral process. Oh.
Oliver Stone appeared on Monday night’s The Late Show to promote his Vladimir Putin documentary and looked every bit uncomfortable as Stephen Colbert questioned the director’s alarmingly unchallenging interview with a dictator.
During a panel at the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum, Russian dictator Vladimir Putin claimed once more that his government did not tamper with the United States presidential election. But, he remarked, it would have been very easy to do so.
Not to be outdone by Persian cat-loving Bond villains, or Hannibal Lector’s famously exquisite tastes—barring the one he harbors for human flesh—Russian president Vladimir Putin has demonstrated his appreciation for a well-tuned piano.
Hello, my friends! Lovely day, isn’t it? Just a beautiful day for Donald Trump and many of his cronies to meet with Sergey Lavrov, the Foreign Minister of Russia, the day after Trump fired the man investigating whether the Trump Administration colluded with Russia to rig American elections. Hello!
You have my advanced apologies this week for including so many images of terrible men who look like infected stubbed toes. Not a lot I can do about that.
Russian President Vladimir Putin’s spokesman Dmitry Peskov says investigators have found no evidence that gay men are being rounded up, detained, and in some cases murdered in the republic of Chechnya, according to NBC News.
What a year it’s been for Megyn Kelly! The former Fox News TV personality—who once stated that Santa Claus is white because he “just is,” who downplayed the impact of the racist emails of the Ferguson Police Department, who supported Donald Trump’s anti-immigrant comments and Anne Coulter’s book, and who demanded…
As of Monday evening, national security advisor Michael Flynn has resigned from his position amidst an avalanche of controversy.
Donald Trump—an autocratic embodied Twitter egg who also happens to run the country—implicitly defended Vladimir Putin in a Sunday Fox News interview even though the latter is, in Bill O’Reilly’s words, “a killer.”
In a breathtaking act of geopolitical trolling, Russian President Vladimir Putin is accusing the Obama administration of trying to “undermine” Donald Trump. He also said that a dossier of allegedly weird and compromising information on Trump is “fake” and that the people who created it are “worse than prostitutes.”
Ultra-conservative Russian lawmaker Yelena Mizulina is a senator in the Federation Council, Russia’s upper chamber of parliament. She successfully campaigned for anti-LGBTQ legislature against “gay propaganda” which has made homosexual relationships and people subject to fines and punishment, and has been connected to…