US News Russia denies having compromising dirt on Donald Trump

14:10  11 january  2017
14:10  11 january  2017 Source:   New York Daily News

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The Kremlin on Wednesday denied reports that Russia had gathered compromising information on US president-elect Donald Trump , calling them fake and claiming their purpose was to damage Moscow’s relations with Washington. “The Kremlin does not have compromising information on Trump ,” President Vladimir Putin’s spokesman Dmitry Peskov told journalists, calling the claims a “total fake” and “obvious attempt to harm our bilateral relations.”

Asked to respond to the prospect of new US sanctions affecting Russia 's oil and gas sector, Peskov said such measures, if they happened, would damage Russia , bilateral ties, and the global economy.

The Kremlin has denied having compromising dirt on Donald Trump following a report alleging the President-elect was caught committing “perverted sexual acts” at a Moscow hotel.

A mouthpiece for Russian leader Vladimir Putin slammed the leaked dossier as “pulp fiction,” according to the state-owned TASS news agency.

“No, the Kremlin does not have compromising (intel) on Trump,” Dmitry Peskov said Tuesday from Moscow, responding to allegations that Russian intelligence gathered so-called “kompromat” on Trump.

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Moscow — The Kremlin has denied gathering compromising information on US president-elect Donald Trump , saying such claims were aimed at damaging Moscow’s relations with Washington. "The Kremlin does not have compromising information on Trump ," President Vladimir Putin’s spokesman, Dmitry Peskov, said on Wednesday. Russia holding ' compromising information' on Trump .

Kremlin denies claims as 'total nonsense,' saying documents are a hoax meant to damage U.S.- Russia relations. The Kremlin said on Wednesday it had no compromising material on U.S. President-elect Donald Trump or his defeated Democratic rival Hillary Clinton and said an unsubstantiated dossier which said it did had been fabricated and was "total nonsense." Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov, addressing reporters on a conference call, said the dossier was a hoax which had been dreamt up to further damage U.S.- Russia relations.

He denied that Russia had compiled a file on former Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, in addition to Trump.

The Kremlin has denied having compromising intel on President-elect Donald Trump from his stay at a Moscow hotel. - Evan Vucci/AP © Provided by New York Daily News The Kremlin has denied having compromising intel on President-elect Donald Trump from his stay at a Moscow hotel. - Evan Vucci/AP The Putin spokesman slammed the CNN report as “an obvious attempt to harm our bilateral relations” with the United States ahead of Trump’s inauguration.

In the day since Buzzfeed published a damning document allegedly Trump paid Russian prostitutes to defile a bed at the Ritz-Carlton where the Obamas once slept, the Kremlin has rushed to real estate mogul’s defense.

Peskov mirrored Trump’s battle cry on Twitter that the report was “FAKE NEWS — A TOTAL POLITICAL WITCH HUNT!”

"You have to react to this with a certain humor, but there's also a sad side to this,” Peskov said. “Hysteria is being whipped up to maintain a political witch hunt."

U.S. intelligence officials warned Trump last week of classified documents citing unverified claims that Russia possessed incriminating information about him.  

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