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Putin says Kremlin critic Senator McCain ‘lives in old world’

By Reuters
09 June 2017   |   5:33 am
In documentary series "The Putin Interviews," Russian President Vladimir Putin says U.S. Republican Senator John McCain lives in the "Old World."

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