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    It appears that US President-Elect Donald Trump, at the very least, is not as eager to continue the policy of anti-Russian sanctions as his predecessor Barack Obama.

    Donald VS Sanctions

    Facing calls to impose further sanctions against Moscow for the alleged cyber attacks committed by Russian hackers during the latest presidential election, Trump calmly replied that "we ought to get on with our lives."

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