"Maybe they are not even Russians but Ukrainians, Tatars or Jews, but with Russian citizenship, which should also be checked; maybe they have dual citizenship or a green card; maybe the U.S. paid them for this".
"First, we have principles whereby we do not allow others to interfere in our domestic affairs and do not get into the affairs of others.Secondly, we don't have this quantity of tools", he said.
"I don't care", Putin responded.
Special counsel Robert Mueller continues to investigate the possibility of collusion between Russian Federation and the president's campaign.
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Asked if he thinks that the USA is regularly meddling in Russian affairs, Putin answered: "always".
Despite Mueller's 37-page indictment detailing charges against the Russians, Putin said he has seen no evidence that their actions broke any law.
Last week, Putin told Washington to send him hard evidence that his citizens meddled in USA elections, mocking accusations to date as "yelling and hollering in the United States Congress".
Read the full NBC News story here. "The Russians are going to push as hard as they can until we start pushing back". Maybe they have dual citizenship. maybe a green card.
"Could anyone really believe that Russian Federation, thousands of miles away.influenced the outcome of the election?"
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He said USA authorities should send Russia's general prosecutor an official request.
"It's not our goal to interfere". Give us an official request. "We'll counteract whatever they do, we'll counteract it very strongly", Trump said. "And we'll take a look at it". "I expect the Israeli government to come out strongly against these serious remarks made by the Russian president".
Kelly noted that Putin made the remark about not having the tools to disrupt the U.S. election shortly after he announced Russian Federation had developed major new nuclear weapons. "It's up to the Russian voters", he said.
A former senior Obama administration official involved in White House deliberations on Russian Federation has since said: "I feel like we sort of choked".
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