Putin dismisses USA claims about Trump, election

Putin dismisses USA claims about Trump, election

Putin dismisses USA claims about Trump, election

Vladimir Putin has had what's being described by NBC as "a fascinating conversation" with the network's new host, Megyn Kelly, in which they discussed "a range of subjects, from sanctions to Syria", as well as Moscow's alleged meddling in USA politics. And then afterwards I was told, 'You know, there was an American gentleman, he was involved in some things.

NBC's Megyn Kelly, in her first major interview at her new home after departing Fox News earlier this year, sat down with Russian President Vladimir Putin in St. Petersburg to discuss the ongoing claims of collusion between his country and Donald Trump's presidential campaign in 2016.

In this May 8, 2017, photo, then-FBI Director James Comey speaks to the Anti-Defamation League National Leadership Summit in Washington.

President Trump announced this week that we would withdraw from the Paris Agreement on climate change, which sent the Left into another fit of rage, but I'm sure they'll circle back to this, their favorite issue. He was sacked for what the administration said was lying about his conversations with Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak to Vice President Mike Pence. Kelly said that Putin hinted that the Central Intelligence Agency could have even been behind the hacking, noting that many people were once certain that Moscow was behind the assassination of former U.S. President John F. Kennedy.

Flynn has become a central figure in investigations by Congress and the FBI into possible ties between Russian Federation, the Trump administration and the Trump campaign.

"It's easier to say "we're not to blame - the Russians are to blame, they interfered in our election, and we're good". He used to be in the security services'".

The Russian president also accused the US and its allies of seeking to monopolize power and prevent the emergence of a multi-polar world by countering his country's efforts to assert itself on the global stage.

"[Putin] talked openly about his family, and it was off the record so I won't get into it, but he talked lovingly about his family", the NBC host said. "Not for the United States, but the leadership". In May, Flynn said he will plead the fifth and ignore a congressional subpoena from the Senate intelligence committee.

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