The Russian President, Vladimir Putin, authorized a secret operation to help the Republican Donald Trump to win the 2016 US elections, as revealed this Thursday the British newspaper “The Guardian” from some leaked Kremlin papers.
The documents, supposedly signed by the same Putin, were approved in a closed-door meeting of the national security council of Russia, on January 22, 2016, with the presence of the Russian president, his espionage chiefs and senior representatives of the Executive, adds the newspaper.
In this private session, they agreed that the three Russian spy agencies would work to ensure Trump’s success in the elections, a victory that suited Russia because, in their view, it would cause “social upheaval” on USA and a weakening of the president’s negotiating position.
According “The Guardian“, which claims to have verified the veracity of the papers with several independent experts, it is a leak “serious and very unusual” from inside the Kremlin.
Asked by the British newspaper, the spokesman for Putin, Dmitri Peskov, denied the facts and assured that the idea of a meeting between Russian leaders to hatch a secret plan to support Trump is a “great fiction”.
In the report, classified as secret, the then Republican candidate is described as “an impulsive, mentally unstable and unbalanced individual suffering from an inferiority complex”.
However, from the Russian perspective, the administration of Putin considers it in the document as the “most promising candidate” and concludes that “it is extremely necessary to use all possible force to facilitate your election to the office of President of the United States”.
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