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Anton Morozov: “The idea of collusion and the influence of Russia on the elections in the United States was initially absurd”

Member of the International Affairs Committee Anton Morozov:

“For us, the idea of ​​collusion and influence of Russia on elections in the United States was initially absurd. This caused and causes a smile from serious politicians. Nevertheless, we understand that this situation is an echo of the internal political struggle of the United States. As you know, Trump has a lot of opponents, and, given the current anti-Russian sentiment in the American media, this was used to put pressure on him.
Yes, one of the senators admitted that there was no collusion. But ten more will say he was. So the situation will continue to be exaggerated, as long as there is a need for the goals of the domestic political struggle. Russia is not involved in this and is indifferent to the processes. ”

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