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“Who could have ever guessed that Rudy Giuliani would have two henchmen named Lev and Igor?”

Perusing the mugshots of Lev Parnas and Igor Fruman –the two mutts arrested as they tried to board a one-way flight to Germany — Jimmy Kimmel can’t help but notice how innocent they (don’t) look. According to the late-night comic these alleged crooks, charged by federal authorities with making massive illegal campaign contributions, exemplify the true nature of Trump’s entourage.

Instead of “the best people,” as the president often boasts, he is surrounded by a menagerie of creeps. With the likes of Parnas and Fruman brought in by Giuliani, says Kimmel, Trump world resembles “a Russian nesting doll of the worst people.”

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