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Martin Doyle Cartoon: This Court is in Sessions

Martin Doyle Cartoon: This Court is in Sessions



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US Attorney General Jeff Sessions sounds unreliable when talking about his Russian contacts. Suspicions grow that Russia helped influence American voters away from Hillary Clinton. Would Russia dare to interfere in the democratic process? Let us not forget it is only two years since Putin's main political rival, Boris Nemtsov, was shot dead right outside the Kremlin.

Ref: http://www.bbc.com/news/world-us-canada-39148114

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