RT: ‘Maybe I said something wrong’: Putin mocks US surveillance during presser power blackout
During BRICS presser in India, Vladimir Putin warned all Russian journalists in the room of being a target of US intelligence. Shortly afterwards, a brief power outage made the Russian president jokingly wonder if he had “said something wrong.”
The US official institutions are “snooping and eavesdropping on everyone,” Putin said at the beginning of the press conference while commenting on US Vice President Joe Biden’s statement on the possibility of cyberattacks against Russia.
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WNU Editor: It happens at the 0:48 mark in the above video.
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