Unlike others, Putin doesn't criticize Trump over decision

Dianna Christensen
June 5, 2017

But his side of the story is clear: You've got the wrong suspect.

"Thank God, they were smart enough not to do that after we released information about it", he said. Putin attempted to flip the script by accusing the US of meddling in elections around the world.

Here's some key takeaways from the interview.

Kelly continued to push Putin.

As for claims of Russian Federation hacking into the 2016 US Presidential election, President Putin maintained US intelligence agencies and congressional committees looking into the matter have been "misled".

Former FBI Director James Comey, whom Trump fired after allegedly asking him to drop an investigation into former national security adviser Michael Flynn and his Russian contacts, is scheduled to testify Thursday before the Senate's intelligence committee.

The dinner Putin referred to was a gala for the Russian state news agency, RT.

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Asked Friday if the White House might invoke executive privilege, Press Secretary Sean Spicer told reporters: "That committee hearing was just noticed, and I think obviously it's got to be reviewed". I would like to note and underscore that the increase in investment is now outpacing GDP growth, which is another sign of what I have already mentioned: "our economy is entering a new phase of growth, and the foundations for its future growth are taking shape", Putin said. She offers an exclusive, one-on-one interview with Russian President Vladimir Putin. "There are a lot of specialists who can even make it so it comes from your home IP address as if your 3-year-old daughter carried out the attack". "There weren't even any reports".

Russian President Vladimir Putin is dismissing as "a load of nonsense" the idea that Russia has damaging information on President Donald Trump.

At another point, Putin answered Kelly's questions about Russia's role in the election by saying that the United States had sought to influence other nations' elections in the past.

"I never met with him", he said.

"Putin, or his translator, was dismissive of every question: "[American] presidents come and go. we know more or less what's going to happen".

"Trump may be handing the Russians back the compounds from which they have reportedly spied on us, in the midst of a special counsel investigating whether his campaign colluded with Russia - an investigation that includes the issue of those very compounds he may now be returning!" the late-night host ranted. "We know more or less what is going to happen".

"Hackers can be anywhere, ' the Russian leader told NBC News" Sunday Night With Megyn Kelly (above).

"Hackers can be anywhere", he added. Lots of powerful Americans go to Russian Federation, he added.

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