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Committee on Financial ServicesCommittee on Foreign AffairsCommittee on the JudiciaryIntroducedApril 5th, 2018
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Russia should be held accountable for poisoning one of its former spies who turned against them and his daughter with a nerve agent, plus killing one British citizen and hospitalizing two others who were exposed. These sanctions would be an appropriate response that builds on what the Trump administration has done already.
The Trump administration has already imposed sanctions against seven Russian oligarchs and 12 Russian companies for the Salisbury, England nerve agent attack and expelled 60 diplomats from the U.S. No other sanctions are needed, and preventing American investors from buying Russia’s debt won’t really hurt Russia's finances.