Trump commented on the Senate report on the “interference” of the Russian Federation in the US elections

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The head of the White House, Donald Trump, said that the Senate report on Moscow’s “interference” in the presidential elections in the States proved that there was no connection between him and Russia.

During a conversation with reporters in the state of Arizona, the American leader emphasized that in a recent speech, Senator Marco Rubio confirmed that Trump had nothing to do with the Russian government.

“This is all fake. Big fake. A report from some politicians on the other side … What was in the report? I do not know. But I know one thing that was in the report: Donald Trump has absolutely nothing to do with Russia, “RIA Novosti quoted him as saying on Wednesday, August 19.

When asked if Trump agrees with the report’s assertion that Moscow allegedly ordered to hack the mail of Democratic Party members in 2016 and publish the data on WikiLeaks, the US head said he was not familiar with the contents of the report.

In addition, when asked if he adheres to the previous theory of interference in Kiev’s elections, Trump emphasized that he “does not know anything about Ukraine and Russia,” adding that he had nothing to do with this.

On the eve of the US Senate Special Committee on Intelligence published the fifth part of the report, which reveals the facts of Russia’s “interference” in the 2016 presidential elections.

US officials have accused Moscow of involvement in influencing elections since 2016. However, evidence was never presented. Russia categorically denies the charges. Dmitry Peskov, a spokesman for the Russian president, called reports of Russian interference paranoid.

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