Russia should not interfere in US presidential election of 2020: Bernie Sanders

Bernie Sanders refused to help Russia succeed in his presidential campaign

Bernie Sanders refused to help Russia succeed in his presidential campaign

California … News Time

Bernie Sanders, a US presidential candidate, refused to help Russia succeed in its presidential campaign. According to a foreign news agency, US officials informed US Senator and presidential candidate Bernie Sanders that the Kremlin (Russia’s House of Representatives) is interfering with his presidential campaign. Bernie Sanders has warned Russia not to interfere in the 2020 elections. Bernie Sanders, 72, a member of the Democratic Party, spoke to the media; according to a foreign news agency that intelligence has reported that Russia is interfering with my campaign to succeed in the 2020 presidential election. I tell Russian President Mr. Putin that you do not interfere in the US elections.

According to the US newspaper The Washington Post, US officials, in addition to Bernie Sanders, informed President Donald Trump and US lawmakers about Russia’s interference in the presidential election which is trying to influence the election campaigns of both politicians. It is unclear how Russia is interfering in presidential campaigns, but sources at the government meeting have expressed concern, the newspaper added. That has been engaged in campaigns to spread false information and propaganda to help Russia, Bernie Sanders and Trump. Further investigation is currently underway.

Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov has lamented the allegations, saying that as the election draws closer, we will continue to make baseless allegations. Bernie Sanders’ presidential candidate, Senator Elizabeth Warren and former vice president Joe Baden, said they had not received such a briefing nor has there been any report that Russia is supporting their campaigns. Bernie Sanders said there might be political motives behind the news in the Washington Post. “What does it mean to be published in the US state of Nevada the day before the elections?” It should be noted that in 2018, federal investigators accused 13 Russians of running a secret social media campaign in support of Bernie Sanders and in 2016 Donald Trump.


No comments.

Leave a Reply