Trump administration officials have reportedly decided to impose economic sanctions on Turkey after its NATO ally refused to back down from a deal to purchase a Russian-made air defense system. Bloomberg News reported Sunday the sanctions would likely be announced later this week after US President Donald Trump signs off on the punitive measures. Officials familiar with the deliberations told Bloomberg that sanctions were one of three options drawn up by the State and Defense Departments along with the National Security Council. They said Washington did not want to announce the sanctions too close to the anniversary to avoid further speculation in Turkey that the US was behind the failed uprising. Despite repeated warnings by Washington, Turkey on Friday began receiving components of the much-awaited aerial defense system. Four cargo planes carrying S parts arrived at an airfield outside Ankara on Friday and Saturday.
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The allegations were outlined by the FBI as a Russian woman accused of playing a senior role in the influence operation was charged with conspiring to interfere in the US political system. The operatives were also told to push questionable research by Judicial Watch , a conservative campaign group frequently praised by Trump online. The Russian operation allegedly shared an article attacking Mueller published by the rightwing website World Net Daily and used critical talking points that have also been used by Republican allies of the president. These accounts then contacted real Americans to promote political events, share racist content or show support for groups such as the National Rifle Association NRA. Late in , the Russians also used the Twitter account CovfefeNationUS — the name referring to a notorious typing error in a tweet by Donald Trump — to post or repost more than 23,00 messages. They created bogus social media profiles purporting to be African Americans railing against the Trump administration , black voting rights and the debate over NFL players kneeling during the national anthem.
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Courtesy Kirstin Schaney. The year-old Ohio native decided to spend time teaching English in Russia after her high school graduation after learning about the culture through her best friend, a recent immigrant. While working to pay for the Geovisions trip, she Skyped with Russian locals through a pen-pal website to make a few friends and help them improve their English.