On August 7, 2017, the New York Post published an article by Bob Fredericks claiming that the US is infested with Russian spies.
Aside from the misleading headline, nothing in the report, including the video itself, suggests any credible link between the Taliban arms and Russia.
Dima, a plumber's assistant, is sent to fix a leak in a derelict building and discovers the structure is near collapse. When he notifies the mayor of the situation, he learns other interests come before ordinary citizens.
Attraction is Russia's most recent and visually advanced science-fiction drama directed by Fyodor Bondarchuk. The film cost only $6.3 million to make and managed to collect over $18 million in revenue.
Oscar-winning filmmaker Oliver Stone was granted unprecedented access to Russian President Vladimir Putin during more than a dozen interviews over two years, with no topic off-limits.
A compilation of Donald Trump speaking about Russia, Putin, Ukraine, and Crimea, both on the 2016 US presidential campaign trail and as the 45th President of the United States.
In the run-up to his address at the UN General Assembly’s 70th session on September 28, 2015, Russian President Vladimir Putin gave a rare and surprising interview to 60 Minutes.
On February 10, 2007, Vladimir Putin delivered his keynote speech at the Munich Security Conference, challenging the post-Cold War establishment and setting the stage for a new multipolar world order.
The report relies solely on unnamed sources and contains zero evidence linking Russia to the cyber attack.
This story was entirely made up. The White House wasn't "furious" and didn't get "trolled" with anything.