New Sanctions Punish Russia For War Crimes | Zuckerberg’s Pals At Work Call Him “Sauron”

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The Late Show with Stephen Colbert published this video item, entitled “New Sanctions Punish Russia For War Crimes | Zuckerberg’s Pals At Work Call Him “Sauron”” – below is their description.

The U.S. added new sanctions to punish Russia for war crimes in Ukraine, and renowned Tolkein expert Stephen Colbert reacts to news that Facebook employees use a “Lord of the Rings” reference when poking fun at their boss Mark Zuckerberg. #Colbert #Comedy #Monologue

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