Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Tuesday that the damning dossier on elected President of the USA of Donald trump was "false" and rejected accusations that the security services of his country, to monitor trump as "garbage".
Putin has made it clear on Tuesday that he was familiar with some of the allegations about Donald trump in the dossier prepared by the former British intelligence officer. According to CNN, trump and President Obama were presented in the dossier from senior officials of the intelligence that warned that Russia may have collected dirt on elected President. Buzzfeed later published a dossier in full.
At a press conference in Moscow, Putin called some of the most salacious and unproven allegations which were not previously reported. Among them was the claim that Russia allegedly provided video evidence that trump has fun with prostitutes at a hotel in Moscow when he was in town for the pageant of Miss universe in 2013. "These things that were supposedly clearly false information," Putin said during a joint press conference with President of Moldova.
"It is true that when trump came to Moscow - I don't remember when, a few years ago.. He was not a political actor. We didn't know about his political ambitions. He was just a businessman, one of the richest men in America. What do you think.?. we have special security service running after every American billionaire? Of course not, this is complete nonsense, " Putin added.
"Did trump actually came and met with the Moscow prostitutes? First, he's an adult, and secondly, he is a man who for many years organized a beauty contest, interacted with the most beautiful women in the world. Hard to believe he ran into the hotel to meet our girls, low social class, although they are the best in the world, " Putin said.
The Russian leader also said he never met elected President.
"I don't know what he will do in the international arena. So I have no reason neither to criticize it nor to defend it," said Putin. Trump, in turn, dismissed the charges as "fake news" at a press conference last week.
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