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MOSCOW, December 9. /TASS/. There has been no proof any secret services may somehow influenced the outcome of the presidential campaign in the United States, Russian presidential spokesman Dmitry Peskov said about media reports some Russian hackers, allegedly supervised by Russian secret services, had repeatedly obtained unauthorized access to US servers with the aim to secure Donald Trump’s win.
"Enviable regularity various Russian mass media have been publishing such allegations. With enviable regularity many high-ranking US and British Officials have been making such statements and likewise with enviable regularity none of the absolutely groundless claims has been propped up by any information, let alone proof," Peskov said.
He pointed out that such media claims looked like "absolutely groundless, unprofessional and incompetent charges that have nothing to do with the reality."