ABC News: Kremlin spokesman: Russia-US relations 'maybe even worse' than Cold War
Russian President Vladimir Putin's right-hand man said in an interview today on ABC's "Good Morning America" that current relations between Russia and the United States are "maybe even worse" than the Cold War.
Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov also told ABC News chief anchor George Stephanopoulos that allegations of Russia's trying to interfere in the 2016 U.S. election are "fake news" and "slander."
"It has no evidence at all," he said of the claims.
The spokesman pointed to then-President Barack Obama's sanctions against Russia in response to the alleged election interference as a reason for relations between the two countries being "maybe even worse" than during the Cold War.
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WNU Editor: I lived during the Cold War .... today is not even close to the what was happening during the Cold War. But saying it is makes good headlines.
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