Two huge ego’s no wonder.
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The U.S.-Russian relationship is going through one of its roughest patches since the fall of the Soviet Union, raising concerns on Capitol Hill about a new Cold War.
Lawmakers on Thursday began to worry openly about a military confrontation with Russia as President Vladimir Putin launched military exercises on the border with Ukraine and pro-Russian gunmen stormed government buildings in the Crimea
“Putin seems to be wanting to put the pieces of the former Soviet Union back together,” said Rep. Adam Kinzinger (R-Ill.), a rising member of the House Foreign Affairs panel. “I think this is Putin who thinks like a cold warrior.”