Russia’s UK embassy criticised a speech by Theresa May about Vladimir Putin – through rhyming poetry. The embassy chided the Prime Minister after she called on US President Donald Trump to “beware of” the Russian leader. In a speech delivered on Thursday, Mrs May urged Mr Trump to engage with the Kremlin “from a position of strength.” Her comments appeared to have irked the London-based Russian embassy, who tweeted their response in the form of ABAB poetry. Russian Embassy, UK, wrote that they believed the Cold War to be “long dead.”
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