Senator Lindsey Graham said, "This whole Oliver Stone approach to the Mueller report by Democrats is getting a bid old."
The video Vladimir Putin showed Stone showed what he said it did, according to the Kremlin.
Putin's PC wallpaper, coffee-table reading and personal effects reveal as much and as little as the president wants them to.
Speaking to U.S. filmmaker Oliver Stone, Putin said Snowden's arrival in Moscow came as a surprise, and Russia was initially reluctant to let him stay.
The Russian leader complained of encirclement by Western powers and said Moscow can and will strike back in the case of any foreign attack.
Moscow learned a lesson of the U.S. double standard on "terrorism," Putin said in Oliver Stone's four-hour film of interviews with the Russian president.
"NATO is a mere instrument of U.S. foreign policy," the Russian president added.
"I am not a woman, so I don't have bad days," the Russian leader said in an interview.
"Only God knows our destiny—yours and mine," Putin said.
The director said the U.S. "can't be trusted" on claims about Russia hacking the election.
The Russian leader said he does not always understand the West in Stone's new documentary.
Oliver Stone's new film humanizes the decade's most enigmatic whistleblower.
The U.S. director expects to release his documentary on Ukraine next year as well.
The film director said of the app: "It's not funny. What's happening is a new level of invasion."
The American film maker called the portrayal of events in Ukraine "a surreal perversion of history"