O rly? | Kremlin rejects Guardian’s claims that Moscow plotted Trump’s victory

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‘It appears to show,’ ‘What seems to represent,’ – that is how the Guardian’s story, which the Kremlin swiftly brushed off, backs its claims that Donald Trump’s victory in the 2016 presidential election was ‘a plot by Vladimir Putin.’

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