Kremlin Spokesman Warns Against Hysteria: Hillary’s Team Met Russian Ambassador Too

Kremlin’s Spokesman warned against the mass hysteria propagated in the mainstream media saying that Hillary’s campaign team met with Serkey Kislyak, the Russian ambassador to Washington during the election just like Trump’s Team.

The mainstream media in the US is constantly alleging that Trump’s team had links to Russia and Kremlin’s spokesman’s declaration on Sunday is most probably aimed at dismissing the respective claims.

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Dimitry Peskov who is President Putin’s press secretary mocked the Democrats and their mainstream media mouthpieces on Sunday by saying that America is self humiliating when insisting that the Kremlin hacked its elections.

Peskov also defended Russian ambassador Sergey Kislyak actions, i.e. his encounter with General Flynn which caused the latter to lose his job, as he was fired for misleading vice president Pence about the fine details from the respective meeting.

During a Sunday interview on CNN, Mr. Peskov said:

“This is what happens all around the world. Well, if you look at some people connected with Hillary Clinton during her campaign, you would probably see that he had lots of meetings of that kind. There are lots of specialists in politology, people working in think tanks advising Hillary or advising people working for Hillary.”

President Putin’s press secretary went further into saying that:

“The fact that Russia is being demonized in that sense comes very strange to us.And we are really sorry about that. Because the whole issue takes us away from getting the situation to a better position.Quite unexpectedly, we were in the position where Russia became, shall we say, a nightmare for the United States.You are self-humiliating yourself to say that a country can intervene. America, a huge country – the most powerful country in the world, with very, very stable political traditions, and you say that a country can easily intervene and easily influence your electoral process? This is simply impossible.”

Hillary Clinton’s team did not release comments on Peskov’s allegations.


Photo CREDIT: Independent