Russian society at large is deeply sexist by Western standards and regards feminism as an outré foreign perversion."It was important to do women because 99% of our corruption investigations were about men," Navalny said. Though Navalny's team did not intentionally target women, they figured so prominently because "there is this political culture in Russia where the men do the real politics and the women don't, so they can show off more," he said."It's the height of bad taste — they show up to work in the government dressed like Kim Kardashian."Navalny's team found all the necklaces, watches, earrings, and watches from open sources — photographs of the politicians, taken by news agencies and their own press services, wearing expensive finery at official events.The ostensible purpose is to announce how he intends to disentangle himself from his businesses to avoid possible conflicts of interest. (Thanks for being so engaged and so .) Naturally, most of the questions pertained to what the Russians might have on Trump.(Robert Costa and Philip Rucker preview what's sure to be a chaotic event.) -- Yesterday’s 202 asked readers to email ideas for questions that could be posed to Trump at the presser. But what was most striking was the number of folks from across the ideological spectrum who wonder whether the incoming president will ever start behaving in a way that could even nominally be described as Many of you recalled Trump’s promise on election night to be a president for all Americans.You wondered why he is not following the one-president-at-a-time tradition that every previous president-elect has honored. Kaiser, a former managing editor of The Post, spoke for many when he said he’d like to ask Trump: “Could you give us your definition of ‘presidential’ behavior?Does it include personal score-settling such as your angry tweets this week about Meryl Streep?Manufacturers confirmed the prices in cases where they were not listed publicly. She's the third most powerful person in Russia — you want me to go and ask her, 'Valentina Ivanovna, where did you get that expensive ring?None of the spokespeople Buzz Feed News contacted for comment replied. '" Max Seddon is a correspondent for Buzz Feed World based in Berlin.
” A group of students at Mounds Park Academy in Saint Paul, Minnesota, sent a list of questions they came up with.
” “Not since the Vietnam era has the country appeared to be so divided,” added Luke Popovich of the District.
“How would your presidency breach this divide and will you make this a priority?
At the top: “How will you use your ‘bully pulpit’ to combat the apparent rise in hate in the United States?
” Lynda Tran, a Democrat who works at 270Strategies, is the daughter of immigrants and has two young children.