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Thursday, April 27, 2017

Snowden made fun of Biden for the announcement of the “secret operation” against Russia

Loud statement by Joe Biden that the US is preparing a cyber-response to alleged Russian hacker attack, many have called part of the campaign of the United States. So ex-CIA agent found a discrepancy.

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Vice Premier Joe Biden the whole world said that the United States intends to respond to Russia for its alleged hacking attack political Internet resources and interference in the election campaign in the country. The media later reported that the States intend to carry out a cyber attack that could help the CIA to get dirt on the Russian authorities.

Read more: media reports about an impending cyber attack, the CIA on the Russian leadership

Moscow sharply criticized the statements of Biden, calling them “unacceptable” and “blatantly rude” and promised a proportional response: the United States announced rudeness of possible cyber attacks on the US Russia

However, in a secret operation, was talking about Biden, it’s not like. This opinion was expressed by former CIA and national security Agency USA Edward Snowden, released thousands of previously secret documents of the United States.

Snowden in his Twitter even made fun of the U.S. Vice President. “No one explained to Joe Biden, what does the expression “covert operation”, — he wrote.

I get the feeling nobody told @VP Joe Biden what “covert operation” means. pic.twitter.com/q8N9MZndOk

— Edward Snowden (@Snowden) 15 Oct 2016

Edward Snowden. Chronicle of events

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