Here's what's actually happening in that photo of Schumer and Putin

Posted March 03, 2017

Intelligence officials have determined that Russian Federation interfered in November's presidential election in order to benefit Trump.

After a particularly harsh day of constant Russia Trump bombs being dropped on Thursday, President Trump decided that we should investigate Democratic Senator Chuck Schumer, even though the Russians didn't help Democrats win/steal the 2016 election. Demonstrating a total tin ear on the Russian Federation imbroglio that's quickly enveloping his administration, Trump tweeted out a Friday reminder that he's totally unfit for an office that requires a certain amount of sobriety.

On Sept. 26, 2003, Vagit Alekperov, the president of the giant Russian oil company Lukoil, escorted Putin and Schumer through New York's first Lukoil gas station ahead of Putin's scheduled meeting with then-President George W. Bush at Camp David in Maryland.

Mr. Trump tweeted a demand for an investigation of Sen. Vocativ's Kevin Collier shared a popular theory: It went from the top of subreddit The_Donald, to an Infowars editor, then Trump's director of social media, and ultimately, Trump's account.

Trump and Schumer have frequently butted heads since Trump was sworn into office in January. A Washington Post report this week found that Sessions had in fact communicated twice with the Russian ambassador a year ago, including "at the height of what US intelligence officials say was a Russian cyber campaign to upend the USA presidential race".

But will the Senate minority leader follow his own advice and resign his Senate seat?

That was Donald Trump's advice to the American people on Friday as he sought to fight back against a fresh avalanche of allegations about his ties to Russian Federation.