Viral Finland PM quote about US being under Russian control ‘not true’ | #TheCube

Viral Finland PM quote about US being under Russian control ‘not true’ | #TheCube

It was suggested that Marin had also wondered whether the US was under Russian control since January 20, 2017 - the date Trump was inaugurated as president.
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