SCANDAL: Hillary Clinton Advisers Probably Met With Russian Ambassador During 2016 Election

For allies & foes alike all roads lead to Moscow as Mideast’s main player

Sergey Kislyak met with advisers to Hillary Clinton's campaign, in addition to his much-publicized talks with Trump campaign aides.

There were also reports saying Trump's former national security adviser Michael Flynn discussed US sanctions with Kislyak before Election Day. "There are lots of specialists in politology, people working in think tanks advising Hillary or advising people working for Hillary".

"The answer is very simple, no", Peskov replied. Regardless, Peskov said that all communication was regarding future of bilateral relations between the two nations, and that the campaign was not discussed.

A spokesman for Russian President Vladimir Putin said in an interview that Amb.

Yet, according to Peskov, none of these meetings constituted an attempt to influence the electoral process.

"But there were no meetings about elections - electoral process".

Trump's campaign statements on Russian Federation had led to speculation that the United States would drop sanctions imposed on Russian Federation.

Peskov also spoke of America's "very, very stable political tradition", saying that it's "simply impossible" for another country to so easily intervene in the election process.

Dmitry Peskov declined to name any individuals in an interview with CNN in which he said America was "self-humiliating" in insisting that Russian Federation had intervened to help Donald Trump get elected. "The candidate Hillary Clinton was quite negative - declaring Russian Federation the main evil, the main threat", he said. "Because the more ambassador talks to people in his country of residence, the better job he does", Peskov said of Kislyak. "But it would be nonsense, because this is not true".

Zakaria noted that the Russian ambassador seemingly wasn't holding the same kinds of meetings with those aligned with Clinton.

CNN's Fareed Zakaria spoke with Kremlin Press Secretary Dmitry Peskov in an interview that aired this morning where they discussed, well, the reason so many Americans are talking about Russian Federation right now. "He kept saying that we will respect a choice of American people", Peskov told Zakaria.



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