Vladimir Putin doesn't like protests. He's arrested opposition Leader Alexei Navalny and some of his associates after they called for a boycott of the upcoming presidential election. He also raided his headquarters.
Russia police have raided the Moscow office of opposition leader Alexei Navalny as demonstrations calling for a boycott of Russia’s presidential election take place across the country.
A video stream Sunday morning from Navalny’s headquarters showed Police entering the office. One broadcaster on the stream said police apparently were using a grinder to try to get access to the broadcast studio.
The anchors said police said they had come because of a bomb threat.
Trump continues to complain that his own internal security forces won't lock up his political opponent and that the press is able to use the first amendment to publish things he dislikes. So far, however, he hasn't banned the Democrats from fielding a candidate against him or raided the offices of MSNBC.