NOW COMES THE PAIN@realDonaldTrump wanted Obama/Hillary investigated
Neither Party would allow it
So how did #Trump work around their obstruction?
— Boca Vista (@bocavista2016) May 21, 2018
Britain’s Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs Boris Johnson who appeared on German television stating positively that the poison affecting the Skripals came from Russia, thus igniting the tit-for-tat expulsions of hundreds of Russian and Western diplomats and pushing the world to the brink of war—with Secretary Johnson, also, being supported by the UK Foreign Office who, likewise, Tweeted that the nerve agent used in the poisoning of the Skripals came directly from Russia—but who have now deleted their weeks old Tweet with their further comically stating that Secretary Johnson made no such claim at all, in spite of everyone in the world having watched him do so. […]
The US media should apologize for two years of anti-Russian propaganda. Trump haters, who are already having a horrible week, have as yet failed to notice that President Donald Trump has somehow managed to pull off the “greatest deal in human history” to save our world from climate change—and as evidenced by his government’s top NASA scientists—within 24-hours of Special Counsel Robert Mueller and Attorney General Bill Barr completely exonerating him from the Russian collusion hoax—stunningly announcing that the world’s most important glacier in Greenland is reversing course and starting to accumulate ice at an alarming pace—a reversal that amazingly began two years ago after Trump pulled the United States out of the Paris Climate Accord—thus leaving all to wonder what other super powers he may possess, and when he will use them next! […]
According to this report, at 9:00 AM local time (MSK/+0300 UTC), the US State Department notified the MoFA that as of 23 August the United States was suspending all visas to Russian citizens seeking to visit the United States except those seeking to immigrate (of which there are none)—and that on 1 September, the US Embassy in Moscow would be the place where visas will be issued with all of the other US consulates in Russia having their visa services “suspended indefinitely”. […]