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Thursday, December 8, 2016

Trump ridiculed the complaints of the democratic party for breaking of mail of the Russian special services


The candidate in US presidents from Republican party, Donald trump commented on the allegations that the scandal surrounding the publication of emails of the Democratic party (in the leak I suspect the Russian intelligence service) allegedly played into his hands.


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“To try to divert attention from the terrible and stupid catastrophe with WikiLeaks, Democrats say, perhaps, that Russia with trump was doing. Crazy,” wrote trump on his Twitter.

In order to try and deflect the horror and stupidity of the Wikileakes disaster, the Dems said maybe it is Russia dealing with Trump. Crazy!

— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) July 26, 2016.

Also, the presidential candidate, rejected claims that it supposedly has some business interests in Russia. According to him, had “zero investment” in our country.

Note that on the eve of the Democratic Convention, where former U.S. Secretary of state Hillary Clinton has been formally approved by a presidential candidate, WikiLeaks published correspondence of members of the party. It said that the party leadership has strongly supported Clinton in its fight against competitor in the presidential race, the Senator from Vermont Bernie Sanders.

Angry Democrats responded by saying that the theft of Russian security services are trying to promote sympathetic to Moscow of Donald trump.

Press Secretary of the President Dmitry Peskov has called on the eve of this statement is absurd.

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