While the Russian investigation of the FBI continues concerning the presidential, Trump is said … "innocent"

US President Donald Trump assured Saturday that a highly controversial and critical note of the FBI, drafted and published by Congressional Republicans, was clearing him in the Russian investigation, a "hunt for witches "according to him. "The innocent note totally + Trump + in the investigation But the Russian witch hunt continues indefinitely," tweeted the president talking about him in the third person.

"After a year of searching continuously, to NOTHING to find (The accusation of) collusion is dead, "he said, adding that there was also no" hindrance "(to justice). The continuation of the investigation "is a shame for America," concluded Mr. Trump, continuing with these words to question the integrity of the higher echelons of the Department of Justice and the FBI.

Suspected Abuse of Power

The confidential note in question, declassified by the President against the advice of the Federal Police, describes an alleged abuse of power FBI during the tapping of a former member of the Republican campaign team before the election of November 2016.

By allowing the publication of this document, parcel and tendentious according to independent experts, M. Trump has drawn the wrath of the Democratic opposition, which now wields the specter of a constitutional crisis.

(With AFP)

13 Russian WN Countdown US Presidential Election Will Not Prove Anything




Moscow
The Kremlin says the charges of meddling in the election of President of the United States (US presidential election), which is entangled to 13 of its citizens, does not prove anything. The Kremlin emphasized that there was no indication of Russian government involvement in the action.

As reported by Reuters this comment became the first reaction of the Kremlin or the Russian Presidential Palace against criminal charges interfering with presidential elections US federated Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) to 13 Russian nationals.

The indictment for 13 Russians was released by special prosecutor Robert Mueller on Friday (16/2) local time. Mueller led an FBI investigation into alleged collusion between Trump's campaign team with Russia to influence the 2016 election results.

Mentioned in the indictment that the Russian organization named Internet Research Agency (IRA) committed an espionage and criminal conspiracy to interfere with presidential elections United States that was held in 2016. The conspiracy aims to catapult US President Donald Trump who was then a Republican presidential candidate and dropped his rival, Hillary Clinton, Democratic presidential candidate.

In response to last Saturday (17/12), a spokesman for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs The Russian state, Maria Zakharova, called the indictment absurd.

The Kremlin party only issued an official response on Monday (18/2) local time. The Kremlin spokesman, Dmitry Peskov, stressed that the US charges were more focused on individuals than on the Russian state. "They are talking about Russian citizens, but we hear an announcement of Washington's allegations about the involvement of the Russian state, the Kremlin and the Russian government." There is no indication that the Russian state could be involved in this, "Peskov said.

" Russia does not interfere, has no habit of interfering in the internal affairs of other countries and is not doing it now, "he added.

The Kremlin has repeatedly denied the allegations said Russia was trying to influence the results of the US presidential election to help Trump become US President. The Kremlin mentioned that such allegations are part of an anti-Russian campaign in the United States.

Peskov also affirmed in his response that the US accusations were unfounded and unjust.

(nvc / dhn)


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Kremlin denies intervention in US presidential election 2016

The Kremlin on Monday denied the involvement of the Russian government by interfering with the US presidential election of 2016.

Spokesman Dmitry Peskov told reporters the allegations were unfounded.

The Russian commentary was issued after a special American investigator accused 13 Russian citizens and three Russian legal entities of "illegal information war" to disrupt elections to benefit President Donald Trump.

The indictment by former FBI Director Robert Mueller for Russian interference raised the argument that the Internet Research Agency based in St. Petersburg Petersburg, which has links to the Kremlin, 12 of its employees and financial supporters, masterminded the effort.

The 37-page document charged that the Russians were trying to coordinate their efforts with members of the Trump campaign, but the document did not accuse anyone from the Trump campaign colludes with Russia.

Trump has long insisted that his campaign does not collude with Russia, even as the American intelligence community and now Mueller have concluded that Russia is campaigning widely to intervene in the election to help win the Trump.

The indictment is the first time Mueller's office has charged allegations against Russian citizens and Russian legal entities for intervening in the 2016 presidential election. [gp]

Russia Rejects Accusations About US Presidential Arrest

Russia says allegations that 13 of its citizens and three Russian companies intervene in the presidential election in the United States in 2016 are "nonsense."

In the presence of dozens of world leaders attending the Munich Security Conference, Germany, this weekend, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov questioned the evidence presented by the US Department of Justice and special investigator Robert Mueller.

"I have no comment whatsoever because anyone can publish what he wants. We can see how the accusations, statements and claims have increased. Until we can see the facts, they are just nonsense. Sorry, I do not use a more diplomatic language, "said Lavrov.

Read: Republican Leaders Support the Investigation of Russian Combat

The investigation by Robert Mueller shows how Russia is trying to influence politics in America through cyberspace. The accusations against the Russian citizen suggest that the Russian government's propaganda part of the conspiracy of spying and crime to influence the 2016 presidential election, by supporting Donald Trump and lowering rival Hillary Clinton.

The accusations have added to the tension in the three-day meeting held in Munich.

Lavrov's presence on the podium, Saturday (17/2), was soon followed by the US National Security Advisory, HR McMaster, who responded with a strong response.

"America will reveal and crack down on people who use cyberspace, social media and other ways to launch a campaign of disinformation, subversion and espionage," McMaster said.

McMaster added , America will support Russia's proposal to hold a dialogue on cybersecurity, but only if Russia will actually act honestly and stop its interference in democratic processes in the western world.

Former US vice-president Joe Biden, also present at Munich said the western world must fight the Russian interference. "Russian President Vladimir Putin is aware of the long-term impact of such behavior, which will only harm his current profits," said Joe Biden. [ii/vm]

Russian indictment to combine presidential election does not indicate US citizen involvement




Washington DC
The charges of meddling in the US presidential election charged to 13 Russians, did not mention any indication of US citizen involvement. The indictment also does not conclude whether the Russian action has affected the results of the 2016 presidential election.

"There is no indictment in this indictment that any American citizen is a participant who knows this illegal activity," said US Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein who represents the Justice Department US in a press conference, as reported AFP Saturday (17/2/2018).

"There is no indictment in the indictment, that the allegations made have affected the outcome of the 2016 election," he added.

The criminal charges for 13 Russians and three Russian companies were released by special prosecutor Robert Mueller led the investigation by the Federal Bureau of Investigation against alleged collusion between Trump's campaign team and Russia to influence the 2016 election results.

The indictment details Russia's dark operations beginning in 2014 and aims to divide the United States and affect American politics, including the 2016 presidential election. At that time, Trump collided with the Democratic presidential candidate, Hillary Clinton.

In the indictment, Mueller suspects starting in mid-2016, the Russian team directed by Yevgeny Prigozhin – a close ally of Russian President Vladimir Putin – focused on catapulting Trump and bringing down Hillary Clinton in the US presidential election campaign. Prigozhin, referred to as Putin's 'chef', controls Concord Catering, which funded the Internet Research Agency (IRA) that intervened on the US presidential election.

Allegedly, the IRA team from Russia involved hundreds of people who work in turns with a multi-million dollar budget. According to the indictment, a number of Russian team members are disguised as US citizens on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and Instagram, and post content that affects 'large numbers' of US citizens.

Russian operations are focused on the 'purple state' in the US, which has many 'swing voters' or voters who have yet to make a choice between Republicans and Democrats.

Mentioned in the indictment that this Russian team could communicate with three members of the Trump campaign team, who were not identified. But it was also mentioned that members of the Trump campaign team were 'not aware' of Russia's intervention at the time. They are also called unaware that those who communicate with them are Russians disguised as US citizens.

In spite of all this, Deputy Attorney General Rosenstein emphasized that this Mueller-led investigation is still ongoing and has not reached its end.

(nvc / rna)


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