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Putin tells U.S. to send evidence of vote meddling

05 March 2018, 12:57 | Simon Arnold

AFP GETTYVladimir Putin boasted of Russia's nukes

Vladimir Putin boasted of Russia's nukes

Dmitry Peskov, spokesman for President Vladimir Putin, said Moscow has never been the initiator of these sanctions.

The US intelligence community concluded a year ago that Russia-linked actors interfered in the 2016 US election on specific orders from Putin.

With all due respect to you personally, with all due respect to Congress, well-educated people must understand that in Russia we don't have to chase anyone who has not violated Russian law, he said. It was Kelly's second interview with the Russian leader. "Give us materials. Give us information". No one listened to us then. According to the United States intelligence, Russian intelligence used hacker group to hack servers the Democratic party. "People who are well educated must understand that we in Russia can not prosecute people if they have not violated Russian law".


Putin said the USA should send Russia's general prosecutor an official request, instead of using alleged propaganda to attack the Kremlin.

He told Kelly: "If you don't have a legal degree I can explain to you".

The office of US Special Counsel Robert Mueller charged 13 Russians and three firms last month with interfering in the 2016 presidential vote as part of what it called a conspiracy to support Donald Trump and disparage Hillary Clinton. "Give us a document".


In a sign that Russian President Vladimir Putin may have decided he overstepped a bit in Thursday's state of the nation address on nuclear armaments, other top Russian officials took to the media today to greatly downplay what was meant, chalking the matter up to a "misinterpreted" message by the West.

"No one really wanted to talk to us basically".

While the U.S. is now going through extradition proceedings, it's highly unlikely the Russian government will agree to give up the defendants, in part, because they were acting on orders from the highest ranks.




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