'I DO NOT CARE': Vladimir Putin responds to alleged USA election interference
01:21, Mar 11, 2018
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Russian President Vladimir Putin says he "couldn't care less" if individuals in Russia interfered in the USA elections, saying whoever it was - if it happened - doesn't represent the interest of the "Russian state". Putin told NBC. "There are 146 million Russians". "I couldn't care less because they do not represent the government".
"They do not represent the interests of the Russian state".
Mueller issued a 37-page indictment against the Russians but Putin indicated he has seen no evidence thus far that the alleged meddling broke any United States law. "At least send us a piece of paper". Putin, Russia's longest-serving leader since Stalin, dismissed this.
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"Well, we will see".
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