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Posted: 21 May 18 20:33

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President Trump has appointed Vladimir Putin as Attorney General after Jeff Sessions' resignation. Sessions admitted that his loyalty toward Trump has diminished after Trump defiled him in the public sphere, even though rumblings in the Capitol say Sessions lied under oath multiple times to protect Trump from treason. The Republican legislature is in full control with their majority and ha.....

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Posted: 21 May 18 20:37
I'm sure Putin will only be US Attorney General for a few months. He'll likely be appointed Secretary of State when Trump fires Pompeo. Trump is simply running out of people with the experience that Putin has in international diplomacy.

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