Putin: If The Deep State Can Kill JFK, They Can Frame Russia For HacksChris Menahan
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Russian President Vladimir Putin told Megyn Kelly in an interview aired Sunday that if the deep state could kill John F Kennedy, they can frame Russia for hacking attacks.
"There's a theory that Kennedy's assassination was arranged by the United States Intelligence services," Putin said. "So if this theory is correct -- and that can't be ruled out -- then what could be easier, in this day and age, than using all the technical means at the disposal of the intelligence services, and using those means to organize some attacks, and then pointing the finger at Russia?"
Putin also told Kelly he has a closer relationship with her after spending a day together than he does with General Michael Flynn:
"You and I, you and I personally, have a much closer relationship than I had with Mr. Flynn," he told Kelly in comments in Russian, which were translated into English. "You and I met yesterday evening. You and I have been working together all day today. And now we're meeting again.Putin said the Russian conspiracy is just an excuse to undermine Trump's presidency:
The whole issue of Moscow's alleged connections with Donald Trump's people and accusations of interference with US elections had been "selected by someone as a line of attack against the current [US] president," Putin told the NBC host.Watch the full unedited interview below.
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