Rep. Adam Schiff (D-Calif.) said that Russian President Vladimir Putin is thanking God that U.S. election interference suspicion has been deflected away from Russia and onto Ukraine due to the actions of President Donald Trump at the Senate impeachment trial on Thursday.
Russia's entire government—including prime minister Dmitry Medvedev—resigned abruptly on Wednesday, after Putin addressed the nation.
Sixty-four percent of respondents said they had "no confidence" in Trump to "do the right thing."
Andrew Napolitano, a former judge, also predicted President Donald Trump would "give up building the [Mexican border] wall because the land on which he wants to build is owned by Republicans who won't sell to the government."
"Where's the Republican leadership in Congress to say 'no'?" Senator Ben Cardin asked in an interview with Fox News Sunday.
The Russian Avangard hypersonic missile system can reportedly travel at 20 times the speed of sound.
"The danger to our country cannot be overstated," according to Glenn Kirschner.
Skepticism of Trump among Germans may also be the result of a broader mismatch between American attitudes toward Germans and vice versa.
"Essentially they colluded with Hitler. This is clear from documents, archival documents," Putin told Russian defense leaders at a meeting earlier this week.
Legal analyst Glenn Kirschner told MSNBC that the commander-in-chief was "beholden" to his Russian counterpart.
Alisa Yarovskaya from the Yamal Region television channel asked Putin a question during his news conference in Moscow last week.
"That's really dangerous," Republican Representative Adam Kinzinger warned.
The Russian president took questions for four hours and 18 minutes his annual televised press conference.
Joe Lockhart, who worked under President Bill Clinton, claimed Trump is worried about "Russian money."
The survey by the independent Levada Center asked people what they thought of the U.S. and the European Union.
The Open News website cited photos of Putin's office desktop computer to conclude that the president is using an outdated version of Microsoft's software.
Extending the New START nuclear arms treaty is one of those rare no-brainer decisions in a world where simple solutions are an endangered species.
Dmitry Peskov said the visit of Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov to the White House last week is not necessarily a sign of thawing relations between the two countries.
The monument was erected as a symbol of gratitude for a loan from the Russian-Kyrgyz Development Fund.
At today's meeting of the Normandy 4 in Paris, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy said a ceasefire between Russia and Ukraine could happen "by the end of this year."
Chris Van Hollen said Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan is being allowed to cozy up to Putin "with impunity."
"These are people who run countries...these are people who are talking about serious things," Tom Nicols said in an interview with MSNBC's Joe Scarborough. "And the president is always out of his depth in those environments."
Frank Figliuzzi also said the attorney general had a "consistent ability to ignore facts" on MSNBC Monday night.
Canada is among the NATO nations spending less than 2 percent of GDP on military investments, much to Trump's frustration.
Trump has nominated Deputy Secretary of State John Sullivan to fill the position, pending a full Senate vote.
The U.S. will cut its contribution to the direct NATO budget, which covers maintenance of the NATO headquarters, joint security investments and some combined military operations.
"Are any brave journos going to reach out to the White House and ask if this photo is doctored?" one Twitter commentator wrote.
Russian President Vladimir Putin said in 2018 that the Avangard hypersonic missile is "invulnerable to intercept."
Putin succeeded Yeltsin to become president in 1999, and has ruled Russia throughout the two decades since.
At least five scientists with Russia's nuclear agency Rosatom were killed after a blast at the Nyonoksa testing range on August 8.