Russia Blasts European Countries For Meddling In U.S. Election
The American mainstream media and the Democratic party has spent the last 2 months blaming Russia for the loss of Hillary Clinton in an attempt to cast Donald Trump as an illegitimate President.
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Russia’s Foreign Minister has come out and said that Russia isn’t the one that interfered and that U.S. allies in Europe are the ones who interfered and that sought to destroy Donald Trump.
Leaders and top officials from the UK, Germany, and France have “grossly interfered” in US internal affairs, “campaigned” for Hillary Clinton, and openly “demonized” Donald Trump, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said.
Speaking at a press conference following a meeting with Austrian counterpart Sebastian Kurz, Lavrov said Moscow “is tired” of accusations it meddled in the US election.
In fact, Lavrov said, it is time to “acknowledge the fact” that it was the other way around.
“US allies have grossly interfered in America’s internal affairs, in the election campaign,” Lavrov said.
“We noticed that Angela Merkel, Francois Hollande, Theresa May, and other European leaders” did so. He added that official representatives of some of the European countries did not mince words, and essentially “demonized” Donald Trump during the election campaign.
In August last year, German Foreign Minister Frank Walther Steinmeier called Trump a “hate preacher.”
Reacting to Trump’s statement that parts of London are ‘no-go areas,’ UK Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson said in December that Trump is “unfit” to be US president. Later on, however, Johnson said that Trump’s presidency might be a “moment of opportunity.”