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Kremlin: ‘No evidence for interference in the American elections’

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There is ‘no substantial evidence’ that the Russian government would have tried to engage in in the American presidential election of 2016. This says the Kremlin Monday after Friday thirteen Russians in the U.S. to the contrary, were accused.

“We still see no substantial evidence that anyone has been’ with the vote, said spokesman Dmitry Peskov.

The united states today is Friday thirteen Russians, among whom a neighbor of president Vladimir Putin, and three companies, accused of being the candidate of the Republican Donald Tump to have promoted. Nevertheless, it is no one else on the campaign team of Trump and the Russian government called.

‘Not our habit’

“There is no indication that the Russian government would be involved,” says Peskov. The incrimination applies only to Russian citizens. “Therefore, we express the fact that such evidence is unfounded, absolutely not meant to be exhaustive and is not legal.”

‘Russia has not mixed off-site and not in the habit to interfere in the affairs of other countries, ” said Peskov.

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