Dmitry Peskov: Russian ambassador met with Clinton advisers ‘lots’ of times


Dmitry Peskov, the spokesman of Russian President Vladimir Putin said in an interview Sunday that the Russian ambassador who met with Trump campaign officials also met with Hillary Clinton’s team multiple times.

“Well, if you look at some people connected with Hillary Clinton during her campaign, you would probably see that he had lots of meetings of that kind,” Dmitry Peskov told CNN “GPS” host Fareed Zakaria. “There are lots of specialists in politology, people working in think tanks advising Hillary or advising people working for Hillary.”

“But there were no meetings about elections — electoral process … So if you look at it with intention to demonize Russia, you would probably say that, yes, he was trying to interfere in Hillary’s activities. But it would be nonsense, because this is not true,” Peskov said.

He also said that Vladimir Putin never voiced support for then-presidential candidate Trump.

“You would probably recall that President Putin, during election campaign, had never answered directly a question about his candidate of his support. He kept saying that we will respect a choice of American people,” Peskov told Zakaria.

“The candidate Hillary Clinton was quite negative about our country in her attitude and in her program, declaring Russia being nearly the main evil in the world and the main threat for the United States,” he said.

“And to the contrary, the other candidate, Donald Trump, was saying that, ‘Yes, we disagree with the Russians … in lots of issues, but we have to talk to them in order to try to find some understanding.'”

However, there’s another evidence, coming directly from Putin’s spokesman, that Hillary Clinton’s team met with the Russian ambassador too. Another story that make them hypocrites.

 

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