On the morning of Saturday, December 10, just as news was breaking of CIA reports that state-sponsored Russian hackers had sought to influence the US presidential election in Donald Trump’s favor, I was visiting The Museum of Russian Art in Minneapolis (a family event had brought us to the Twin Cities).
There I was, standing in the museum’s beautiful main hall, surrounded by works by Fabergé and Formozov, while outside the Twitterverse and the 24/7 mediocracy was subsumed by stories of cyber this, Putin that, and endless analyses of Trump’s ties to the Kremlin.
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