. The chief editor of RT and Sputnik Margarita Simonyan believes that the US feared the “Russians” of photographs and notes that will not be surprised “if soon they will learn in the Congress.” So she commented on the discussion around lighting press meeting US President Donald trump and Minister of foreign Affairs of Russia Sergey Lavrov.
In the American press, a discussion on the admission of the press to meet US President Donald trump and Minister of foreign Affairs of Russia Sergey Lavrov, which was held yesterday in Washington. The white house announced that the press did not attend the meeting, but the admission has received two personal photographer — trump and Lavrov. Russian photos, which trump shakes hands with Lavrov and Russia’s Ambassador to the U.S. Sergey Kislyak, was published on the Russian foreign Ministry. The American side is the Protocol the photo is not published. A number of American journalists were indignant that they were not allowed to coverage.
In America afraid of the “Russian” photos. Do not be surprised if soon they will begin to study in Congress. https://t.co/qKNXwQmUNe
— Margarita Simonyan (@M_Simonyan) 11 may 2017
Earlier official representative of Russian foreign Ministry Maria Zakharova, commenting on the situation around lighting the meeting of Lavrov and trump, announced that American media are “intellectual agony”. She explained to reporters that, as the White house was “owner” of the meeting, it was suggested formats coverage of the event by the media. According to her, “exactly as photographers, how much from Washington was allowed, so many of them and attended.” Russia was the press photographer of Agency TASS. Zakharov stressed that the us side the meeting was also attended by the photographers.
The TV channel MSNBC showed a photo in the air, and the TV channel’s correspondent at the White house explained that the source of the photo is “Russian”. Anchorwoman Andrea Mitchell stated that the administration “does not allow freedom of the press”.
CNN showed the photo as it was published in the Twitter of the Russian Embassy. Moderator wolf Blitzer stated that “the American pool camera was not allowed in the office.”
Head of journalistic standards at CBS, al Ortiz, according to Politico, sent employees a notice that the use of Russian photography, but they are required to report that the pool of American meetings to the meeting was not allowed and that the source of the photo — Russia.
Fox News did not show pictures. Leading Jenna Lee told viewers that the photos can be viewed on the Internet. And Washington Post reporters complained on Twitter that they “are forced to rely on Russian media” in covering the events around trump.