Russians blame ‘Russophobia’ in the U.S. Administration for Flynn resignation
Russians have considered the dismissal of the U.S. President’s National Security Advisor Michael Flynn to be an act of ‘paranoia’. The dismissal was triggered by Flynn’s contacts with the Russian government, which occurred without the prior knowledge of the U.S. Administration.
Konstantin Kosachev, Chair of the Foreign Affairs Committee of the Federation Council of the Russian State Duma, wrote about the occurrence on his Facebook page.
“Either Trump has not found his desired independence and has been consequently (and unsuccessfully) cornered, or Russophobia has now struck the new administration from top to bottom,” he wrote.
According to Kosachev, Flynn, unlike many other high-level …read more