State Department considered naming Russia a state sponsor of terror -- but Trump administration dropped it
The attempt to kill a former Russian spy in England bore an ominous signature: The assailants used a lethal nerve agent of a type developed in the Soviet Union, and British investigators quickly concluded that only the Kremlin could have carried out such a sophisticated hit. Soon after the March attack, Rex Tillerson, then the U.S. secretary of state, ordered State Department officials to outline the case for designating Russia as a state sponsor of …
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"We need to have more conversations about what we would be talking about before we know if this is going to be useful."