Back to Russiagate? | Moscow rejects Biden allegations of 2022 Congress elex meddling intent

RT published this video item, entitled “Back to Russiagate? | Moscow rejects Biden allegations of 2022 Congress elex meddling intent” – below is their description.

The Kremlin has strongly refuted claims by US President Joe Biden – that Russia intends to interfere in the 20-22 Congress elections. The Russian president’s spokesman also said that Moscow and Washington can hardly be called partners today.

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