Stern in her belief that President Donald Trump is deeply associated with the Russian government, California Rep. Maxine Waters posted a graphic on her Twitter account this morning surrounding the president with those she calls the “Kremlin Klan.”
Russian President Vladimir Putin is presented at the top of the picture along with many of Trump’s high-level advisers and acquaintances.
Included in the “Kremlin Klan” graphic are Attorney General Jeff Sessions, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson and former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn.
— Maxine Waters (@MaxineWaters) March 16, 2017
In an interview last month, Waters went on the record to call Trump’s administrators “a bunch of scumbags.”
“It’s clear to me, and I just think the American people had better understand what’s going on,” Waters explained. “This is a bunch of scumbags. That’s what they are.”
Waters also mentioned in the same interview that White House Chief of Staff Reince Priebus “can’t continue to try to defend this president, who is entangled with this Kremlin clan of his, while they are all seeking really to get rid of these sanctions that are placed on Russia because all of them are connected to the oil and gas industry.”
Promising to battle the Trump presidency “every inch of the way”, Waters has maintained a very vocal stance as a staunch opponent to America’s newest Commander-in-Chief.
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