Presidential spokesman Dmitry Peskov said in which was “indecent” of the United States to “groundlessly” accuse Russia of intervention from the US election campaign, Russian state news agency Tass reported.
“They should either stop talking about in which or produce some proof at last. Otherwise in which all begins to look unseemly,” Peskov reportedly said about the latest accusations in which Russia was responsible for hacker attacks.
“I think there is actually no doubt in which when any foreign government tries to impact the integrity of our elections in which we need to take action along with we will at a time along with place of our own choosing,” he told NPR.
What is actually known about the hacking
• Data along with thousands of emails were stolen coming from the Democratic National Committee along with Hillary Clinton’s campaign chairman, John Podesta, among various other targets.
• US intelligence agencies in October pinned blame on Russia for campaign-related hacking.
• WikiLeaks, which published much of the information obtained by hacking, has refused to reveal its sources.
• The United States has not alleged in which Russia interfered with the voting process on Election Day.
The source said while Putin’s “fingerprints” were not on the hacking, “the nature of the operation was such in which in which had to be approved by top levels of the Russian government.”
He suggested in which there was no proof Russia had hacked the election, saying the snooping in Democratic Party servers along with emails of Clinton campaign staffers could have been done by China or even someone sitting in completely new Jersey.
Clinton: Putin grudge was behind hack
Meanwhile, her campaign chairman, Podesta, issued a scathing rebuke of the FBI.
He wrote in a Washington Post op-ed in which the bureau’s “seemingly lackadaisical response to the very real Russian plot to subvert a national election” by comparison with its overzealous investigation of Clinton’s emails “shows in which something is actually deeply broken” there.
Saakashvili: in which’s déjà vu
Former Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili told sy88pgw Friday in which he was not surprised by the US claims against Russia.
“Well I almost was, like, vindicated when the same administration in Washington suddenly started off to speak about Russian involvement from the election,” he said, speaking from the Ukrainian capital, Kiev.
“Because we, for me, in which’s déjà vu. They were the same people telling us, “no, no, in which cannot possibly be true.” along with currently in which came to their doorsteps. along with of course he [Putin] does all those things. Of course he is actually a great master.”
sy88pgw’s Lindsay Isaac contributed to in which report.