TRUMP: THE INVESTIGATION OF INTERFERENCE IN ELECTIONS IS “AN ATTEMPT TO BLAME” US PRESIDENT

We didn’t do anything wrong. These people wanted to bring us down — the Republican party and the President,” Trump said in a speech to journalists in the White House on Wednesday. “All this [investigation of interference in the elections] is an “attempt to blame” us President,” the American leader stressed. “The crime was the opposite side. We will see how it all ends,” said the head of the White House.

“I am not engaged in the concealment of offenses. You know this very well,” trump stressed.

Earlier on Wednesday, the speaker of the House of representatives of the US Congress Nancy Pelosi held a meeting with Democratic congressmen, during which she said that Trump is engaged in hiding information. “We believe that no one is above the law, including the President of the United States, and we believe that the President of the United States is engaged in concealment,” Pelosi said. She did not specify what kind of information is in question.

On April 18, us Department of Justice released a report on the investigation of special Prosecutor Robert Mueller, who claimed that Russia tried to influence the course of the presidential election campaign in the US in 2016. At the same time, Mueller admitted that the investigation did not reveal trump’s collusion with Russia. Spectacular stressed, however, that he could not make a clear conclusion, did the head of state obstruction of justice.

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Trump and his aides have repeatedly denied suspicions of any illegal contacts with Russian officials during the election campaign. Moscow has also repeatedly rejected allegations of attempts to influence us elections.