Ever wonder what it’s like to hang out with a Russian oligarch?
The answer to that question is found in one of the interesting stories that that didn’t quite fit into my book: The trip to Oleg Deripaska’s chalet in Siberia.
I recently got an e-mail from a man who told me a story I’d never heard before: Donald Trump had tried to cheat him out of a deal involving a casino in Moscow in 1987.
Was I interested in talking? You bet I was.
Hardly a day goes by without President Trump attacking Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s year-old investigation into contacts between his presidential campaign and Russia. The president has presented no explanation for why his campaign had so many contacts with Russian operatives. Instead, he appears to be betting his presidency on his ability to frame the entire investigation as a hoax and confuse us about the facts. Here’s a guide for the perplexed:
In the latest round of sanctions aimed at Russian cyberattacks, the U.S. Treasury Department sanctioned five companies. Three are connected with one person, a Russian cybersecurity professional named Ilya Medvedovsky.