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Wednesday, November 15, 2017

The Kremlin has responded to Clinton’s personal “vendetta” Putin

The Kremlin reacted to the statement of former presidential candidate Hillary Clinton that Vladimir Putin has made “a hidden attack” on American democracy, on the basis of “personal vendetta” against her.

photo: Gennady Cherkasov

Reporters asked the press Secretary of Russian President Dmitry Peskov about whether or not Putin is a “personal vendetta” against Hillary Clinton.

“No,” responded Sands. His response leads the Agency TASS.

In addition, the press Secretary of the Russian leader reported that he released the memoir, Hillary Clinton was heard, and Vladimir Putin has no desire to meet this difficulty.

Earlier MKRU reported that Hillary Clinton has presented his memoirs titled “What happened”, in which he talked about the presidential campaign in the United States.

Speaking about relations with Russian President Vladimir Putin, she in an interview with American newspaper USA Today stated that it did not doubt that the Russian leader wanted her defeat at the polls.

“Putin began a “personal vendetta” against me after the inclusion in NATO of Eastern European countries in those days, when my husband was President of the United States… But I had no idea that Putin has the guts to take the big sneaky attack against American democracy, right under our noses,” said in particular Clinton.


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