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Putin says Russian people will choose his successor via ballot box

21 April 2017, 02:54 | Erica Roy

Russian state television says Trump more dangerous than North Korea's Kim

US President Donald Trump

Trump's bad week has gotten even worse as Russian documents reveal why he is not a legitimate president and how Russia helped him win.

Mr Tillerson said: "We're reviewing all the status of North Korea, both in terms of state sponsorship of terrorism as well as the other ways in which we can bring pressure on the regime in Pyongyang to re-engage with us". Putin and Trump have previously denied that Kremlin had meddled in the election. He had already began to dial back the Trumpomania and start criticising the USA president. A visit by U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson to Moscow last week failed to resolve the dispute.

"The world is a hair's breadth away from a real nuclear war with all its catastrophic consequences", Kiselyov warned his viewers.

But Mr Putin has also been warned that in the event of a U.S. strike on Kim Jong-un's nuclear facilities, contamination could swiftly reach Russian Federation. Both are unsafe, but who is more risky? The hacking operation was run separately from the RISS propaganda plan, Reuters reported.

Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said people should not pay attention to reports based on anonymous sources.

"When so many, including me at times, didn't see how he could pull it off, Donald Trump won a historic victory", US House of Representatives Speaker Paul Ryan stated.

Trump has said Russia's activities had no impact on the outcome of the race.


"He (Kim Jong-Un) is after all on his home territory".

The report said the operation meant to encourage voters to elect someone who would be more sympathetic toward Russian Federation than the Obama administration.

The Russian president fears there will be a huge exodus of North Korean refugees if his American counterpart, Donald Trump, launches military action against Pyongyang.

Polls suggest state TV's U-turn over Trump has filtered through to the public, most of whom get their news from TV.

Kiselyov's words come in the wake of an April 6 USA missile strike on Syria, a Russian ally, according to The Hill.

Like many others, it bought into Trump's pre-election "America First" rhetoric.



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