Russian foreign minister scolds Andrea Mitchell for bad manners

Peter Castro
April 16, 2017

"Mr. Secretary, the Russians don't believe the intelligence", she began during the pair's press conference in Moscow.

"How confident are you, Mr. Secretary-", Mitchell said loudly, just as a press conference was beginning.

'Who was bringing you up?' Lavrov asked Mitchell in reference to how she was raised.

"Who was giving you your manners?"

Former United States Spokesman at the United Nations Ric Grenell disagreed with Wallace, saying Tillerson successfully destroyed the domestic media narrative of Trump collusion with Russian Federation.

"My colleague Carol Morello was the fearless journalist who started asking questions", she said. Lavrov cut Mitchell off right there to confront her about "manners".

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"I like the way we held a meeting yesterday", the top Russian diplomat said. Perhaps I was a convenient foil, but I'm pretty sure I wasn't his target'.

This is also not her first incident with Tillerson, as a little over a month ago the veteran journalist was kicked out of a State Department press conference for repeatedly shouting questions at Tillerson.

Tillerson posed the question at a meeting of foreign ministers from the Group of Seven (G7) industrialized nations.

Following the talks, the ministers said that other issues that were discussed were the current state of Russia-US relations, global political cooperation, cybersecurity, disarmament, and worldwide terrorism.

In Washington D.C., the US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson had justified the US military action on the Syrian base was necessary, and also tagged the missile attack as a retaliation for the chemical weapon attack on Syrian civilians.

As Russian President Vladimir Putin and his US counterpart, Donald Trump, analyzed it, the two sides must see the prospects to create a broad front against terrorism, the head of Russian diplomacy stressed. You should not be going to Moscow without the press corps.

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