Contempt for diplomacy with Russia is now extreme. Mainline U.S. journalists and top Democrats often bait President Trump in zero-sum terms.
At a joint appearance in Finland with Donald Trump, the Russian leader dismisses the allegations as "sheer nonsense." Putin also says he wanted Trump to win the U.S. presidency and denies any Russian state meddling in the 2016 election.
Iraqis are clearly afraid that the North Atlantic intervention will embolden Islamic State to restart its operations.
The top House Democrat is pushing for an "outside, fully independent investigation" on election meddling.
The mainstream media is determined to prove the scandal despite its inexplicable anomalies, such as why Russia would set up a Facebook “puppies” page.
European governments, preparing for a round of major summits with Donald Trump, are wary.
Muqtada al-Sadr also calls on Donald Trump to stop taking frivolous positions that damage the world community.
Responding to a 2014 comment by Donald Trump in which he called the whistleblower a "traitor," Snowden says, "I wonder when it was that he thinks America was great, because we're a country that was born from an act of treason against a government that had run out of control".
The latest episode of Joshua Scheer's podcast explores how Donald Trump became the next commander in chief.