Above, Trump meets with the commander of Soviet sub "Red October", Marko Ramius!
Hillary Clinton’s campaign team met with the Russian ambassador during the election as well as Donald Trump’s, the Kremlin spokesman said, as he set out to dismiss the “hysteria” surrounding .
The house intelligence committee will hold its first session on Russia on March 20, with the heads of the FBI, national security agency and CIA expected to appear, plus former intelligence chiefs.
And he defended the actions of their ambassador, Sergey Kislyak, whose meeting with Michael Flynn, Trump’s choice of national security adviser, . He was fired after just 24 days when it became clear that he had lied about meeting the Russian, and misled the vice president.
“This is his job,” said Peskov, “He was talking about bilateral relations, about what is going on in the United States, so we have a better understanding in Moscow. “This is what happens all around the world.”