Putin: Jews might have been behind U.S. election interference

Laura Christensen
March 11, 2018

Since she last interviewed Putin, Special Counsel Robert Mueller indicted 13 Russian nationals for their spreading of false information on social media. "Maybe they're Ukrainians, Tatars, Jews - just with a Russian citizenship".

"Even though this is his first term as President, he is a quick study, and he understands perfectly well that trading accusations or insults at our level is a road to nowhere", Putin said. "I don't care. I couldn't care less". The president has called the investigation a "witch hunt", although aides have clarified he means the probe of any collusion has no merit.

The White House director of cybersecurity, Michael Daniel, was reportedly alarmed when he learned that Russian hackers had infiltrated critical election infrastructure in several US states. And despite several USA federal agencies pinning the 2016 election hacking on the Russian government, Trump has repeatedly defended Putin's proclamations of innocence and lavished the Russian president with praise.

Putin rejected allegations that Russian Federation sought to interfere in the election, despite the conclusion past year by USA intelligence agencies that he personally directed a campaign to do so in 2016. Putin asked NBC News' Megyn Kelly of the Mueller charges against 13 Russians and three Kremlin companies. "The Russians are going to push as hard as they can until we start pushing back". Maybe they have dual citizenship.

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"Could anyone really believe that Russian Federation, thousands of miles away.influenced the outcome of the election?" "At least send us a piece of paper". "We do not see what goal we would accomplish by interfering". Give us an official request. She served as Special Assistant to President Barack Obama and Senior Director for Russia/Eurasia on the National Security Council from 2013-2017. "I expect the Israeli government to come out strongly against these serious remarks made by the Russian president".

"We in Russia can not prosecute anyone as long as they have not violated Russian law..." In his latest interview with NBC, Putin said he has "other means" of doing things, describing Trump as a "more modern individual".

"In Illinois, investigators found evidence that cyber intruders tried to delete or alter voter data", Bloomberg said.

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