Russia Humour
Russia's laughing at the United States, not President Donald Trump
'Any Russians here?': AG Sessions jokes about Mueller investigation
2017-11-18 00:07:57 Attorney General Jeff Sessions lampooned the Russia investigation, asking if “Ambassador Kisylak” was among the chuckling crowd at a Federalist Society convention at the Mayflower Hotel in Washington, DC. But not everyone found the one-liners humorous. Find RT America in your area: Or watch us online: Like us on Facebook.   Read More ...
Smirnoff Vodka Hilariously Trolls Trump With New Bus Stop Ad
2017-06-13 14:49:03 Smirnoff vodka takes a shot at President Donald Trump in its new ad campaign. The vodka brand just trolled, er, rolled out a new bus ad touting the fact that it has been made in America since 1934. “Made in America, but we’d be happy to talk about our ties to Russia under oath,” the ad says. That’s clearly a reference to Trump’s recent declaration that he is “100 percent” willing to testify under oath about his conversations with then-FBI Director James Comey, who was fired amid an ongoing probe into ties between Trump’s campaign and associates and Russian officials   Read More ...
Russia's laughing at the United States, not President Donald Trump
2017-05-19 21:52:53 Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov's trolling of US FBI director James Comey's firing was relatively benign; ostensibly, Lavrov's mock surprise at being told of the firing could be taken for a diplomat's polite refusal to discuss the host country's domestic politics. This week, however, the Russian jokes at the expense of the United States got positively unpleasant. First, President Vladimir Putin "offered" to provide the US Congress with a recording of Lavrov's conversation with Trump, in which the US president allegedly revealed highly classified information (the word Putin used, "zapis", cannot really be translated as "transcript", as the Kremlin later claimed)   Read More ...
Russian foreign minister jokes about Comey in Washington: 'Was he fired?'
2017-05-11 01:24:01 Russia's foreign minister came to Washington on Wednesday amid a political firestorm over the surprise ouster of FBI Director James Comey, and greeted questions about the topic with humor. Lawmakers on both sides of the aisle have questioned the timing of President Donald Trump's decision to remove Comey, which the White House said was due to the FBI chief's conduct during the probe into Hillary Clinton's handling of classified information last year   Read More ...
Keith Olbermann Says 'We Were Invaded' By Russia During The Election
2017-01-21 16:34:18 Keith Olbermann has likened Russian efforts to meddle in the 2016 presidential election to help Donald Trump into power to an actual invasion. “We were invaded, is what it boils down to,” GQ’s special correspondent said on Friday’s broadcast of “Real Time with Bill Maher.” The fact that “there was not blood on the streets” didn’t alter the fact, the former MSNBC and ESPN journalist added. If the Russians had   Read More ...