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Trump Finally Mulling Sanctions Against Russia After Election Interference

Russian President Vladimir Putin

By Steve Neavling
Ticklethewire.com

President Trump, facing mounting criticism for his failure to repudiate the Kremlin for interfering the 2016 presidential, is now considering new sanctions against Russia.

Three senior administration officials told Reuters that imposing sanctions is a slow legal process and not an indication that the president is unwilling to act against Russia. 

“The process on sanctions is long; it’s arduous; it’s not pretty, but when the evidence is there and we’re ready, we go ahead with the sanctions,” one official said.

They didn’t provide details of the plans.

A bi-partisan bill in Congress last summer was overwhelmingly approved to impose sanctions against Russia after Republicans and Democrats accused the president of being soft on the Kremlin.

Trump officials fired back Wednesday, saying sanctions were imposed in July against two Russian entities accused in an indictment of interfering in the election.


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