Putin Waves Off Mueller Indictment of His Agents
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"Interference with domestic affairs of the United States, do you really believe that someone acting from the Russian territory could have influenced the United States and influenced the choice of millions of Americans?" Russian President Vladimir Putin asked testily, when Fox News' Chris Wallace tried to hand him a copy of the indictment of 12 Russian agents. [Full Story]
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