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    On Tuesday, former deputy director of the CIA, Michael Morell suggested that Edward Snowden should be an inauguration 'gift' from Vladimir Putin to Donald Trump.

    Ideology of Treason

    Maria Zakharova, the spokesperson for the Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, wrote on her Facebook page bashing Morell: "It is clear that, for the CIA-man's firm, it is normal to present people as gifts and give up those who seek protection."

    Morell's comments reveal an "ideology of treason" in the CIA, Zakharova concluded.

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