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Ryan Doubles Down on Anti-Putin Message After Helsinki

By Thomas McKinless

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Speaker Paul D. Ryan told reporters Tuesday he stands by the United States’ NATO allies and “all those countries facing Russian aggression.” “Vladimir Putin does not share our interests; Vladimir Putin does not share our values,” Ryan said a day after President Donald Trump met with the Russian president in Helsinki.

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