In this March 6, 2009 photo, then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton presents Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov with a device with a red button symbolizing the intention to ‘reset’ U.S.-Russian relations. Clinton says as president she will stand up to Russian President Vladimir Putin. As secretary of state, her wrangles with Russia had mixed results.
In this March 6, 2009 photo, then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton presents Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov with a device with a red button symbolizing the intention to ‘reset’ U.S.-Russian relations. Clinton says as president she will stand up to Russian President Vladimir Putin. As secretary of state, her wrangles with Russia had mixed results. Anonymous AP file
In this March 6, 2009 photo, then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton presents Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov with a device with a red button symbolizing the intention to ‘reset’ U.S.-Russian relations. Clinton says as president she will stand up to Russian President Vladimir Putin. As secretary of state, her wrangles with Russia had mixed results. Anonymous AP file

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