McEnany won’t say if Trump, Putin talked bounties

White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany wouldn’t say whether President Donald Trump addressed reports of Russian bounties offered on U.S. troops or election security during his phone call with President Vladimir Putin Thursday. (July 24)

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Here’s Why Vladimir Putin Will Probably Be in Power Until 2036

Nearly 78% of Russian voters backed a series of constitutional reforms in this week’s referendum. One resets President Vladimir Putin’s term limits to zero in 2024, allowing him to serve two more six-year terms. Opposition figures denounced the vote, saying he was aiming to be “president for life”, a claim Mr. Putin denies. He is already the longest-serving leader in modern Russian history since Soviet dictator Joseph Stalin.

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Pompeo doesn’t rule out inviting Putin to expanded G7 summit | AFP

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo leaves the door open to President Vladimir Putin attending a US summit but insists the administration has been firm over Moscow’s activities in Afghanistan. President Donald Trump “gets to decide if he wants him to come to a summit or not. That’s his decision,” Pompeo tells reporters. SOUNDBITE

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Russians set to back reforms allowing Putin to extend rule | AFP

Images of the Kremlin in Moscow on the last day of polling in a vote on Russian constitutional reforms that could prolong President Vladimir Putin’s hold on power. Putin became prime minister in 1999 under Boris Yeltsin before being elected president in 2000. He served the maximum two consecutive terms between 2000 and 2008 before a four-year stint as prime minister. He returned to the Kremlin in 2012 for a newly expanded six-year mandate and was re-elected in 2018. IMAGES

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Exit poll shows vast majority of Russians back constitution changes | AFP

Russian state pollster VCIOM published an exit poll showing a vast majority of Russians backing proposed reforms which will allow Putin to run for president again in 2024 and potentially stay in power until 2036, days before the end of voting.

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Putin’s proposed reforms reveal Russian generational chasm | AFP

Lyudmila Yudina, a retired speech therapist and ardent supporter of President Vladimir Putin, has been butting heads with her two grandsons recently. They are deeply opposed to new constitutional reforms proposed by Putin and Lyudmila cannot convince them to change their minds.

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France’s Macron holds videoconference with Russian president Putin | AFP

At the Elysée Palace, French President Emmanuel Macron talks to his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin by videoconference. They discuss the military parade celebrating the 1945 victory which has just taken place in Moscow, the “strategic dialogue” engaged between their two countries, as well as current crises, such as Libya or Syria. IMAGES

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Rusia vota en referéndum para ampliar mandato de Putin

Rusia inicia una votación de una semana sobre enmiendas constitucionales que permitirían que su presidente, Vladimir Putin, se mantenga en el poder hasta 2036

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Russians react to constitutional vote to extend Putin’s time in office | AFP

Russians go to the polls in Moscow in a nationwide ballot on constitutional reforms that could see President Vladimir Putin remain in power until 2036. Election officials say they are opening polls ahead of the official July 1 vote to avoid overcrowding that could spread the coronavirus.

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Moscow: Russians cast early votes in ballot to extend Putin’s rule | AFP

Russians go to the polls in Moscow in a nationwide ballot on constitutional reforms that could see President Vladimir Putin remain in power until 2036. Election officials say they are opening polls ahead of the official July 1 vote to avoid overcrowding that could spread coronavirus infections. IMAGES

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Putin hails Soviet role in WWII at military parade | AFP

Russian President Vladimir Putin praises the Soviet troops’ effort in WWII at the beginning of a massive military parade through Red Square in Moscow.

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Russia holds grand WWII parade in Red Square ahead of vote on Putin reforms | AFP

Russia’s military parades through Red Square as President Vladimir Putin oversees grand World War II commemorations to stir up patriotic fervour ahead of a vote on extending his rule. Forced to postpone the country’s traditional May 9 Victory Day celebrations by the coronavirus pandemic, Putin rescheduled the parade for just a week ahead of a July 1 public vote on controversial constitutional reforms.

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Eastern Russian city of Vladivostok holds WWII parade | AFP

Russia marks 75 years since the Soviet Union’s defeat of Nazi Germany by holding military parades in several cities. Forced to postpone the country’s traditional May 9 Victory Day celebrations by the coronavirus pandemic, Putin rescheduled the parade for just a week ahead of a July 1 public vote on controversial constitutional reforms. IMAGES

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Here’s the latest for Tuesday June 16th: President Trump signed an executive order on police reform; British researchers say drug improves COVID-19 survival; Russians begin early voting to extend Putin’s rule; Sotheby’s London has reopened.

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