Putin's team says he & # 39; has more important things to do & # 39; then worrying about the Mueller report while being crucified for election interference
- Putin & # 39; s spokesman Dmistry Peskov said before the report appeared that Russia & # 39; was not looking forward to it & # 39;
- He said it wasn't for his country to worry about but for Americans
- The report found that Russia was making sponsored efforts to participate in the 2016 elections & # 39;
- However, it did not feel that Trump was involved from all members of his campaign
Dmitry Peskov, Putin's spokesperson, said before the findings were made public that it & # 39; no problem & # 39; was for Russia. Putin is on Thursday in Moscow above
Vladimir Putin rejected the detailed description of the Mueller report on how Russia got involved in the 2016 US presidential election as it was unveiled on Thursday by saying that he & # 39; more important things & # 39; had to worry about the damning evidence.
During a press conference on Thursday morning, Attorney General Bill Barr said that after almost two years of investigation, the probe had discovered the way in which Russia intervened in the elections, but President Trump had nothing to do with it.
Dmitry Peskov, Putin's spokesperson, said before the findings were made public that it & # 39; no problem & # 39; was for Russia.
& # 39; It is America that is looking forward to the release of the report, but it is not.
& # 39; This is not a problem for us, it is not something that interests us or worries us.
& # 39; All reports on the issue that have been released so far contain nothing but fleeting statements.
& # 39; We have more interesting and important things to do & # 39 ;, he told Russian news agency Tass.
Barr said at his press conference at 9:30 am: & # 39; The Russian government has sponsored efforts to illegally disrupt the 2016 elections. & # 39;
He said that despite fervent speculation to the contrary, Mueller's team did not think the trump campaign or other Americans were conspiring in those efforts. & # 39;
It is a runaway victory for Trump who then tweeted in cheer: & # 39; no collusion. No obstruction. For the haters and the radical left democrats – game over. & # 39;