‘The triumph of nothing over everyone,’ the left says


1. Donald Trump, Vladimir Putin & the triumph of nothing over everyone

From The New Yorker: “The Trump-Putin summit, a meeting without an agenda, is the latest example of the ultimate innovation of the Trump Presidency: the deliberately empty gesture.”

2. Trump, Treasonous Traitor

From The New York Times: “The president fails to protect the country from an ongoing attack.”

3. Putin must wonder what else America knows about Russia

From Washington Post: “Mueller's indictment is a message to Putin -- and Trump.”

‘Improving U.S.-Russia relations would be a good thing,’ the right says

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