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21 February 2018

They are laughing their a***s off in Moscow.

Consider the president's angry tweetstorm over the weekend, in which he once again suggested that the Russian Federation investigation is simply an excuse that Democrats use to explain losing the 2016 election.

For their part, online platforms were beset by a swarm of meddling aimed at influencing the 2016 U.S. presidential election: the Russian troll farm that infiltrated Twitter, the fake social media accounts, the fake news they planted, and the rallies they sponsored to sow discord. The issue now is Russian meddling in last year's election by way of social media and hacking, which the heads of all the major security agencies agree happened last year - and is continuing into the 2018 election cycle. He was, he wrote, "very excited to see the Mueller indictment today", since Facebook had "shared Russian ads with Congress, Mueller and the American people".

Trump repeatedly rejected the assertions by US intelligence agencies that Russian Federation was behind the hacking.

The president, in a series of morning tweets, criticized former President Barack Obama's handling of foreign policy issues involving Russian Federation, including Crimea, Syria "and so much more".

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Those TV commentators called it proof that he had not won the election on his own, a particularly galling, if not completely accurate, charge for a president long concerned about his legitimacy.

Trump's most strident opponents would argue it's because he's guilty as sin.

The American president's voice has been conspicuously absent as Putin helps Syrian strongman Bashar al-Assad annihilate innocent people thrown into a civil war. Most of those stories were so ridiculous that it's hard to imagine someone being on the fence and pushed over by them; you'd nearly have to already be prone to falling for those stories in order to accept them as true.

Another poll from the The Telegraph in the United Kingdom indicates President Trump's approval ratings have seen an improvement.

Speaking on a panel and attempting to quell frustration, Robert Kolasky, another DHS cybersecurity official, stressed that US intelligence officials were genuinely anxious about how Russian Federation or others may attempt to interfere in 2018.

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Why does Trump act as if Putin has the upper hand?

The allegations of Russian interference and collusion with the Trump campaign are being investigated by several congressional committees and by special prosecutor Robert Mueller. Mueller has provided credible evidence to act. To get tough with Russian Federation would, in effect, prove he was wrong about Putin.

"The president spent the weekend defending himself, misrepresenting the truth and attacking others from his phone in Florida", Smith said, according to Mediaite.

On Monday, Trump clobbered Obama on Twitter, setting the stage for the Fox News Channel's morning recap of the former president's Rose Garden remarks.

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