The updated list included the majority of US senators and members of the House of Representatives, former and current government officials, journalists, military personnel, advocates, citizens, CEOs and even a few deceased individuals.
Longtime Arizona Senator John McCain and Defense Intelligence Agency Deputy Director Melissa Drisko, who both died in 2018, were included on the list.
Russia also targeted Hollywood, with actor Morgan Freeman and actor and filmmaker Rob Reiner making the list.
In 2017, Reiner was involved in promoting the group The Committee to Investigate Russia and Freeman was featured in a video on the site.
In March, in addition to President Joe Biden, the Russian government added the following individuals to the stop list: US Secretary of State Antony Blinken, Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff General Mark Milley, Biden national security adviser Jake Sullivan, CIA Director William Burns, former White House press secretary Jen Psaki and others.
The list also included the President’s son, Hunter Biden, and former US presidential candidate and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.
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US media outlets have reported former President Donald Trump is not included in the ban.