Lavrov questioned the reporter on her "manners" at the beginning of a meeting between Lavrov and Tillerson.
Secretary, the Russians don't believe the intelligence. "How confident are you, Mr. Secretary-?"
Mitchell however claims that she was not the one being targeted, stating: 'My colleague Carol Morello was the courageous journalist who started asking questions.
"Mitchell was unable to finish her question, as Lavrov interjected".
The Hill reported that after someone shouted out a question, Lavrov asked, "Who was giving you your manners, you know?"
Trump's spokesman increases pressure on Russian Federation over a chemical weapons attack in Syria last week, calling Moscow isolated and saying it is trying to shift blame away from Syrian President Bashar al-Assad.
This is also not her first incident with Tillerson, as a little over a month ago the veteran journalist was kicked out of a State Department press conference for repeatedly shouting questions at Tillerson.
On March 7, Mitchell was escorted from a meeting between Tillerson and the foreign minister for Ukraine due to her behavior during the pair's press conference.
Wallace said that while Lavrov acted like a seasoned diplomat of many years, comfortable with himself and tough in his criticisms of the United States, Tillerson did not.
The announcement of her visit comes at a time when US Secretary of State, Rex Tillerson, is in Moscow in a context of unprecedented tensions following the April 4 suspected chemical attack in Syria, to which Washington responded with a targeted attack on a Syrian air base three days later.
"You should not be flying into Beijing without a press corps". "First and foremost, there was an important conversation with President Vladimir Putin before that and it lasted for two hours nearly".