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Who is More Manly Between Vladimir Putin and Barack Obama? Kremlin’s Rogozin Mocks U.S. President in Twitter [VIDEO+PHOTOS]

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Updated: Aug 01, 2014 05:54 PM EDT

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A growing tension seemed to appear between Kremlin and U.S. leader Barcak Obama after a sanction is being pursued against Russia.
A growing tension seemed to appear between Kremlin and U.S. leader Barcak Obama after a sanction is being pursued against Russia.(Photo : YouTube)
Kremlin's deputy prime minister Dmitry Rogozin in posted this photo in his Twitter which seemed to mock Obama.
Kremlin's deputy prime minister Dmitry Rogozin in posted this photo in his Twitter which seemed to mock Obama.(Photo : YouTube)

Kremlin seems to go way too far as it mocks Obama in a recent tweet on Thursday.

Social media has definitely become a tool in terms of announcing any forms of information. In the recent post made by Russia's deputy prime minister Dmitry Rogozin in Twitter, it seems like it tries to convey different information between two of the world's leaders. A photo was recently uploaded in his account showing Russia's leader, Valdimir Putin posing beside a leopard while it is paired with the U.S. President's photo holding a white poodle.

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The photo which has been retweeted for more than 1000 times also has a very intriguing caption. With a caption of "We have different values and allies", are they trying to point something personal which makes the U.S. leader look funny with their tweets? According to Mail Online, the photo of Putin posing beside a leopard was believed to be taken during a visit to a sanctuary in the run-up to the Sochi Winter Olympics last year while the Us. President's image was taken while he was campaigning as a senator during the early 2000s.

Kremlin's tweets that seemed to mock Obama actually came after a sanction has been placed upon Russia related to the Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 crash and it definitely makes Russia unhappy about the situation. It can be recalled that there has been a tension that developed between Putin and Western leaders after his cooperation was questioned during the victims' remains' retrieval process.

With the ongoing political issues that both countries are facing, Rogozin quite took a low blow to the president. Kremlin's latest tweet about Obama is actually not the first time that he carried out to defend and uplift the honor of his country. With the said image that he posted, what do you think is he trying to say?

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