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President Obama said the compounds were being "used by Russian personnel for intelligence-related purposes". "The fact is we may not share the same philosophy".

Elsewhere in her comments, Zakharova said Russia is prepared to expel U.S. diplomats and shut down some American compounds if Washington fails to reopen two Russian recreational estates that were closed in the US. "Certainly, they could. Even more so, as both the President and the Secretary of State have recently made quite sharp public statements with regards to Russian Federation", the newspaper says.

She also reminded that the public must have heard about the "adventures" of some of the United States spies, adding that "everything was available to the public - wigs, disguises and installations with performances". We may not share the same type of statesman view of the world.

Asked why Trump would move on despite the warnings of his intelligence chiefs about Russian efforts, Gorka described Trump's position on Russia as pragmatic and pointed to recent comments from Secretary of State Rex Tillerson signaling a desire by the United States under Trump to work with Russia, despite accusing it of interfering with the U.S. elections. Zakharova said that 88 per cent of all visits to the site were cyber-atatckers with US IP addresses. "Let's see if it's possible and not prejudge".

"So, one of the options is that, apart from expelling the corresponding number of USA diplomats, we will just have to even the number of personnel", she said.

In its recent analysis on the issue, the newspaper says that Gorka's statement does not contradict the above suggestion. "At that point, you have to move on, because people are dying in Syria", Gorka said.

Also, Russia has begun to deploy new ground-launched cruise missiles, in violation of the 1987 Intermediate Range Nuclear Forces Treaty, and the Trump Administration has not responded.

Flynn may have violated the Logan Act, which prohibits Americans from negotiating with foreign governments about disputes with the United States.

By withdrawing from a climate change agreement and impulsive comments putting the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation alliance in question, Trump has abdicated America's world leadership, strengthening Russia's position.

"We have to move on in the interest of USA national security and saving innocent lives", he said.

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