Ambassador Kislyak Doing His Job, Had No 'Sessions' With US Officials - Putin

Ambassador Kislyak Doing His Job, Had No 'Sessions' With US Officials - Putin”

The Russian leader accused the American media of creating the entire controversy about his country interfering in the USA election to use it as a weapon against President Donald Trump. Do you think we're gathering information on all of the [Americans visiting the USA on business]. Officials at those organizations have said Putin personally "ordered an influence campaign" in an intelligence report ordered by former President Barack Obama.

Though a secret communications line was never established, the report raises questions amidst accusations that President Donald Trump and his team colluded with Russian Federation circulate.

In the interview, Putin claimed that "a child" could have hacked the USA election and also alleged Russian Federation may have been framed.

"There's a theory that Kennedy's assassination was arranged by the United State intelligence services", he said.

Kelly also asked the Russian president what kind of relationship he had with the American president and if he had any damaging information on him.

"I made my speech, then we talked about some other stuff, and I got up and left". He told Kelly that he had never met with Trump during the then-businessman's visits to Moscow. And then afterward I was told, 'You know there was an American gentleman. During the presidential transition, lots of information from an unknown source was published, information that led Americans to believe that Russian Federation had implicating information on President Trump. The public hearing is expected to shed light on his private conversations with Mr Trump in the weeks before his dismissal, including any discussion about the Flynn investigation. Several of President Donald Trump's close aides, including his son-in-law and senior adviser Jared Kushner, will be questioned over their Russian links. "Have you all lost your sense over there?"

"That's it. I didn't even really talk to him".

Putin also said he had no knowledge of a report by multiple US media outlets of a proposal by Trump son-in-law and key adviser Jared Kushner to set up a secret communications channel with the Kremlin. "Do you think that I have time to talk to our ambassadors every day?"

He accused the media of sensationalising information and using it as "a weapon of war" against Mr Trump.

Mr Putin suggested that skilled hackers anywhere, including the USA, could shift the blame for hacking onto Russian Federation.

Putin also argued that the United States "actively interferes" with other countries' elections.

CNN further reported that Putin discussed lost economic opportunities between the United States and Russian Federation at the forum, with trade in goods between the countries falling over 40% between 2014 and 2016.

"Point your finger to any spot on the world's map, everywhere you'll hear complaints that American officials interfere in their political domestic processes".

"They have been misled, and they aren't analyzing the information in its entirety", Putin told Kelly. "It could come from your home IP address, as if your daughter carried out the attack", he said.

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