Former Russian Amb Kislyak Slaps CNN in Ambush Interview: ‘You Should Be Ashamed’ (VIDEO)
In an ambush interview on Wednesday, Russian ambassador Sergey Kislyak chided CNN for pushing the Russian interference narrative. ‘You should be ashamed,’ Kislyak told CNN reporter Matthew Chance.
Video source: Daily Caller
Washington Examiner reports:
The line of questioning appeared to be based off a March report from the network that said, “Current and former US intelligence officials have described Kislyak as a top spy and recruiter of spies, a notion that Russian officials have dismissed.”
CNN reporter Matthew Chance caught Kislyak exiting a car at a curb in Saransk, Russia.
“What about this allegation that you are a spy master, a spy recruiter?” Chance asked.
“Nonsense. Nonsense,” Kislyak replied.
“Did you attempt to recruit any members of the Trump administration?” Chance followed up
.”You should be ashamed,” Kislyak replied while chuckling.
While CNN continues to push the Russian interference narrative, WikiLeaks’ Julian Assange may be ready to push a narrative of his own, and it will be devastating to the very fake news network. In a major development, WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange told Rep. Dana Rohrabacher that he is ready to provide information proving Russia did not hack the Democratic National Committee.
The Hill reports:
Rep. Dana Rohrabacher, a California Republican who is friendly to Russia and chairs an important House subcommittee on Eurasia policy, became the first American congressman to meet with Assange during a three-hour private gathering at the Ecuadorian embassy in London, where the WikiLeaks founder has been holed up for years,
Rohrabacher recounted his conversation with Assange to The Hill.
“Our three-hour meeting covered a wide array of issues, including the WikiLeaks exposure of the DNC emails during last year’s presidential election,” Rohrabacher said, “Julian emphatically stated that the Russians were not involved in the hacking or disclosure of those emails.
Pressed for more detail on the source of the documents, Rohrabacher said he had information to share privately with President Donald Trump.
“Julian also indicated that he is open to further discussions regarding specific information about the DNC email incident that is currently unknown to the public,” he added.