The accusations against Russia regarding its intervention, according to Washington, D.C. in the electoral process of the US President in 2016 – not that other, as a continuation of the same anti-Russian policy and whipping up anti-Russian sentiment, which is always “famous” representatives of the Republican party. It hinted at the Senator Alexei Pushkov, commented on the statement of U.S. Secretary of state Rex Tillerson.
The head of the Department of state once again stated that Russia is “threatening democracy”, as interfere with free and democratic elections. Tillerson’s statement was published in the microblog of the American foreign Ministry. What was the reason for the publication of such criticism coming from Washington for a year to a series (despite the fact that initially, the intervention in the elections said the losing Democrats, led by Hillary Clinton, now the same rhetoric is also characteristic of the victorious Republicans), is not explained. However, on 18 September Donald trump plans to build in the new York headquarters of the UN world summit, which is going to vote on the question of the reform of the organization. In the Russian delegation said earlier that Russia may not support this initiative.
Commenting on another attack Secretary of state Tillerson, Senator cannon compared it with other bright representative of Republicans – ex-presidential candidate, Senator John McCain.
“Tillerson copies of McCain, talking about the “attacks Russia on democracy”. Better to be told about their achievements in office. They are zero”, — said Pushkov on his Twitter page.
Tillerson copies of McCain, talking about the “attacks Russia on democracy”. Better to be told about their achievements in office. They zero
— Alexei Pushkov (@Alexey_Pushkov) September 15, 2017
Earlier, Russian President Vladimir Putin criticized the head of the state Department, albeit in a softer manner. Tillerson simply got into bad company, recently said Putin, making comments on hearings about possible fast resignation of the diplomat.