Russia Welcomes Donald Trump, But Bans John McCain From Visiting (Yes, 4 Years After His Passing)

Russia’s Vladimir Putin seems to be quite displeased with the United States and most of its politicians – regardless of whether or not they are actually alive to care about travel restrictions. In fact, as Russia’s invasion of Ukraine continues and global support for Ukraine persists, Putin is barring more than 900 Americans from entering the country, including three former senators. doctor passed away. Who is still welcome? Well, Donald Trump, and pretty much his entire administration.

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According to Washington Post, the new ban adds a list of Republicans, including Marjorie Taylor Greene, Matt Gaetz, Paul Gosar, Lindsey Graham, Ted Cruz, Kevin McCarthy and Marco Rubio, as well as additional Democrats, including Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Ilhan Omar, Nancy Pelosi, Chuck Schumer and Diane Feinstein. It also includes a number of individuals in the technology sector, a defense contractor executive, a history professor at Yale University, and journalist and actor Morgan Freeman, who spoke out in 2017 about the interference. Russian interference in the US election.

Perhaps the most surprising people on the list, however, are three former senators who are not planning any trips to Russia: John McCain, who passed away in 2018, Harry Reid, who passed away. in December and Orrin Hatch, who passed away last month. Of the three, Reid was the only Democrat, and the other two were Republicans.

Republican Senator John Cornyn is also on the list and he said he doesn’t feel too upset about it.

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Donald Trump, however, is not named in the ban. So does Mitch McConnell, who recently traveled to Ukraine with a group of Republicans to meet President Volodymyr Zelenskyy and express support for the country.

Based on CNNThe White House reacted to the previous ban – which included President Joe Biden and members of his administration – in March, with press secretary Jen Psaki telling reporters it would have little effect. practical use:

“It won’t surprise any of you that none of us are planning travel trips to Russia, neither of us has a bank account that we won’t be able to access, so we will develop first.”


Steph Bazzle

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