Putin suggests U.S. hackers could have interfered with election, blamed Russian Federation

"Pressure on the ecosystem is increasing, and as a result of human action and as a result of natural processes, these questions require deep study, research and analysis", Putin said Friday. "Horn prints? Technology experts can invent anything and put the blame on anyone".

Another important angle emerging from the development is that Putin invited the Indian Prime Minister to join at the NBC event, which is being seen as a possible "message" to the United States.

President Trump's campaign aides are now being investigated over possible collusion with the Russian government.

In addition to kicking off primetime for NBC on Sunday, Kelly's deal to jump ship from Fox News also included a daytime talk show, which will premiere this fall opposite ABC's "Live With Kelly & Ryan". "And we need to think what to do further", he said.

"I want to pass the buck back to you - help us to restore a normal political dialogue", he said at the forum.

At the Friday forum moderated by Kelly, Putin compared the USA blaming Russian Federation for the hacks to "blaming the Jews".

"The other (Clinton) team miscalculated".

Putin said that evidence presented so far was "nothing concrete, only assumptions".

He proceeded to characterise the scandal about Mr Trump's alleged links to Russian Federation and possible Kremlin interference in the United States election as racist.

He described the focus on Kislyak's contacts as "catastrophic nonsense".

"What else the ambassador is supposed to do?" He's paid for holding meetings, discussing current affairs.

Just to recall, PM Modi is the third most followed world leader on Twitter after Pope Francis and US President Donald Trump, as per Burson Marsteller's Twiplomacy study 2017.

The Kremlin leader said the Paris accord is a "framework deal" that could be revised to "change the USA obligations inside the framework" of the agreement.

But some users also supported her, or took it as an opportunity to raise different grouses.

Putin, whose own spokesman said this week that Russian Federation attached great importance to the Paris accord, said he thought there was still time to work out a new deal.

  • Zachary Reyes