Theresa May: Russian Interference in Election to Bring Retaliation
November 14, 2017
Theresa May said Russian interference in British elections will bring retaliation, marking a division with U.S. President Donald Trump who has said he believed Russian President Vladimir Putin's denials of such meddling were sincere.
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