The Kremlin is likened to a “horror” statements about Russia’s influence on U.S. elections

The Kremlin has repeatedly denied allegations of Russian interference in the election process in the United States. This was stated to journalists the press-Secretary of President Dmitry Peskov, reports RBC.

Thus he commented on the words of US President Barack Obama that Russia may try to intervene in the election process of the President of the United States.

“In General, as for the Russian horror stories, it’s like the story when the company itself tells a story with horror, and then she begins to be afraid,” — said Peskov. He drew attention that “the participants of the electoral race in the U.S., opponents, they deny this information”.

He added that Russian President Vladimir Putin has repeatedly said that Russia has never interfered and does not interfere in the electoral processes of other countries. The representative of the head of state stressed that Moscow is “carefully” avoid actions and words that could be interpreted as “direct or indirect interference in the elections. “However, we see that the Russian card is in the corner of the Desk, all of the Washington politicians during the electoral campaign”, — said the press Secretary of the President.

July 27, Obama declared that does not exclude that Russia will try to intervene in the election process of the President of the United States. “Everything is possible”, — he said. He was commenting on the statement of the election headquarters of Hillary Clinton that the leaks of documents of the democratic party USA was organized with the participation of Russia to assist Trump.