Clinton handles dangerous nuclear situation in White House Situation Room
WASHINGTON D.C. -- President Hillary Rodham Clinton again alienated the Kremlin over the weekend by handling the dangerous North Korea missile crisis in, of all places, the White House Situation Room.
The White House Situation Room is equipped with many technologically sophisticated systems to prevent spying.
Russia's Ambassador to the United States, Sergey Ivanovich Kislyak, expressed his displeasure with Clinton in an interview with the Washington Post.
"Clinton's abundantly precedented decision to handle sensitive international crises within the walls of the White House Situation Room makes it extremely difficult to eavesdrop," he said. "Putin, let me say, is not happy."