Kremlin spokesman: Allegations that Russia tried to influence US elections are 'unfounded'

Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov called the accusations that the Russian government attempted to influence the US presidential elections “unfounded”, TASS reported.

“The absolutely unfounded accusations are at a rather amateurishly emotional level that can hardly be applied to a highly professional work of high-class special services,” Peskov stated.

"We still don’t know what is fact and what data those who make such unfounded accusations have," he added.

The Kremlin spokesman added that, "It is already reminiscent of a witch-hunt.”

Dmitry’s comments come in response to the release of a report issued by US intelligence agencies in which the Kremlin was accused of attempting to influence the outcome of the US presidential election in favor of Donald Trump by performing cyber-attacks against the Democratic Party and disseminating propaganda and disinformation.

  Russia, USA, Cyber Attacks, Elections, Trump, Peskov