Gazette Guardian published documents that, according to journalists, set out a “plan to intervene in US democracy” during the 2016 presidential election. They claim that Russian President Vladimir Putin personally authorized a secret operation to support the “mentally unstable” Donald Trump in the elections.
The participants in the meeting, as journalists write, agreed that the Trump government would help ensure Moscow’s strategic goals.
According to the Guardian, the “secret report” was presented on January 22, 2016 at a closed meeting between Putin and members of the Security Council. The author of the report in the article is called Vladimir Symonenko, the head of the expert department of the Russian presidential administration.
According to the newspaper, this “intervention plan”, in particular, contains information about the vulnerabilities of the United States.
The press secretary of the Russian President Dmitry Peskov is a fiction article by The Guardian that the Russian leadership agreed to support Trump in the election, transfers RT.
“Of course, this is such a continuation of absolutely low-quality publications. Either the newspaper is trying to somehow increase its popularity, or the newspaper continues such a frenzied Russophobic line. Of course, all this does not correspond and cannot correspond to the truth. This, in fact, is not true … This is a continuation of the exercises on total demonization of Russia and Putin, which The Guardian sometimes likes to do, or is it a desperate attempt to attract some new readers by publishing such tales, “Peskov said.
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