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12 of January, 09:53

Trump: Russia is responsible for hacking before the election
President-elect Donald trump first declared that Russia is responsible for hacking before the election, but rejected with contempt the allegations, if Moscow launched a campaign against him.

In his first press conference after winning the election, trump clearly gave to understand that will hold your communication style. But he later lashed out at the media and political opponents criticized. The press conference confirmed the deep desire of the elected President to quickly declare the authorities as soon as he is sworn in He insisted to move quickly. - Too quickly for some Republicans in Congress to replace the Obama administration. He also promised to quickly build a wall along the border with Mexico and to appoint a new Supreme court.

Trump will take office against a background of constant questions about his relationship with Russia. At the press conference, trump finally admitted that he believed that the security services of the President of Russia Vladimir Putin broke into the computers before the election, but claimed that it will not happen again. "I think it's Russia," trump said. Putin "does Not have to do it. He will not do it. Russia will have a much greater respect for our country when I rule."

Trump, who promised to improve relations with Russia, despite Republican opposition, said he did not know that he would get along with Putin. But he could not resist the blow to his vanquished opponent, democratic elections, Hillary Clinton.

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