Trump's Defense Chief James Mattis Sees No Military Collaboration With Russia
Thursday, 16 February 2017
Donald Trump’s defense secretary James Mattis Thursday said he doesn’t see possible military collaboration with Russia in the near future, a sure disappointment to Moscow’s hopes to mend ties with Washington after Trump’s election, Reuters reported. The comments by Mattis are the strongest indication yet from the Trump...
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