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Monday, October 24, 2016

Peskov told about the “festival in the Kremlin” in the winning trump

Press Secretary of the President of Russia Dmitry Peskov commented on the words of the candidate in US presidents from Democrats Hillary Clinton that the Kremlin will be the occasion if victory in the American presidential elections win the Donald trump. Peskov said he did not understand what in this case the Kremlin will be a cause for celebration.

photo: Natalia Gubernatorova

Dmitry Peskov

Journalists at the briefing on Friday asked the press Secretary of Russian President Dmitry Peskov to comment on a potential candidate in US presidents from Democratic party Hillary Clinton that if the President will be Donald trump, the Kremlin will be a holiday.

Peskov said he did not understand the very formulation of the question and rhetorically asked: “And what about the will?”. Journalists responded that the reason, apparently, knows Hillary Clinton. Peskov said: “probably, Probably”, RIA “Novosti”.

He also reminded the journalists that Vladimir Putin always adheres to consistent policy, in contrast to other countries, never to interfere in the internal Affairs of other States. According to Peskov, Russia believes that the best candidate for US President will be the one who receives the votes of most Americans.

Yesterday Hillary Clinton spoke in San Diego with a keynote speech on foreign policy, where much time was devoted to criticism of his rival Donald trump.

She said that trump has expressed incoherent and even dangerous political ideas and will be able to unleash a nuclear war if it is to have codes of nuclear weapons.

Trump responded to these attacks: “Just another bad representation of a liar Hillary”.

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