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Trump’s Conspicuous Silence Leaves a Struggle Against Russia Without a Leader

The New York Times

17 Feb 2018

President Trump’s lack of strong condemnation against the alleged meddling that 13 Russian nationalists carried out during the 2016 presidential election could send the wrong message to the rest of the world according to partner John P. Carlin in The New York Times article “Trump’s Conspicuous Silence Leaves a Struggle Against Russia Without a Leader.”

“I think it does have consequences,” he said. The American government can warn against further interference, but “it would be better if it gets driven by the commander in chief. The goal is to drive a clear message that says the United States and our allies throughout the world that share our values are drawing a line that says ‘stop, this is unacceptable.’”

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