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    In what is considered to be a bid to undermine Donald Trump's efforts to normalize future relations with Moscow, US Republican senators are set to introduce a bill imposing a new package of sanctions against Russia before Barack Obama's term ends.

    Spiteful Legacy

    In a recent interview with NBC, Senators John McCain and Lindsey Graham said Trump "should let everybody know in America" that he is going to "make Russia pay a price for trying to interfere."

    Donald Trump will be sworn in as the 45th US President on the steps of the US Capitol on January 20.

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