Estonian Potato Tells Tragic Cigarette Story After Congressman Asks For Example of Russian Aggression
Former Estonian president does not impress U.S. Congressman with his bad Russian horror stories
Former Estonian president Toomas Ilves is world famous for his theatrical television appearances — and his stupid bow ties.
Toomas once suffered a toddler tantrum after a Sky News anchor called him by his middle name. (How dare you disrespect Estonia's most cherished potato.)
In a more recent episode, Rep. Dana Rohrabacher (R-Calif.) asked Ilves for one, single example of Russian military aggression against Estonia.
Toomas delivered with an incredibly moving story about smuggled cigarettes:
Probably the most prominent example is the kidnapping of the equivalent of our FBI who was investigating a massive cigarette cross-border smuggling operation
Rohrabacher was not impressed.
Watch the entire glorious exchange, which we edited down to its best moments for your viewing pleasure: