Mikhail Kalugin, the former head of the Economic Section at the Embassy of Russia in Washington, has been drawn into a furor over Russian tampering with last November’s U.S. election.
Mikhail Kalugin, the former head of the Economic Section at the Embassy of Russia in Washington, has been drawn into a furor over Russian tampering with last November’s U.S. election. Facebook
Mikhail Kalugin, the former head of the Economic Section at the Embassy of Russia in Washington, has been drawn into a furor over Russian tampering with last November’s U.S. election. Facebook

Russian diplomat under U.S. scrutiny in election meddling speaks

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