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    US President Barack Obama’s newly proposed budget requests a massive funding increase for the dissemination of American propaganda.

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    While the increase is ostensibly meant to counter the influence of Russia on the world stage, the US is already vastly outspending the Kremlin’s foreign media budget.


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