20.11.2017

  • Asked whether he was supporting Russian-led propaganda, Salmond, who lost his seat as a Scottish National Party (SNP) lawmaker in Britain’s June election, said the public could judge for itself.

  • cottish Liberal Democrat lawmaker Alex Cole-Hamilton challenged Salmond to interview opponents of President Vladimir Putin’s government on his show and the leader of the Scottish Conservatives expressed sympathy for her political opponent.

  • In the United States, a federal investigation is looking into reports of Russian meddling in the US election campaign.

  • “If it turns out to be Kremlin propaganda, then people can slate me.

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