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10 times official Russian government accounts have trolled the US and UK on Twitter

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Tuesday, 14 November 2017 ()

10 times official Russian government accounts have trolled the US and UK on Twitter· *Russia uses its official government Twitter accounts to rebuke its critics and troll Western leaders.*
· *On Tuesday, Russia's Ministry of Foreign Affairs tweeted a satirical response to UK Prime Minister Theresa May's criticism of Moscow's interference in elections.*
· *Kremlin trolling on Twitter dates back...
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