Bernie Sanders fights to address Russian support, according to Müller-charge

Sen Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., has struggled to explain if his campaign was aware of Russian bots, the for his campaign, while the 2016 presidential elections.


Sen Bernie Sanders has made an effort, seemingly, to the address, the recent accusations that Russia is to interfere with the campaign, the 2016 presidential election included a plan to increase his Democratic primary campaign.

For well over a year, it was claimed that Moscow’s interference, especially meant to boost now President of the Trump and damage to then-democratic rival Hillary Clinton.

A Bomb Feb. 16 charges were filed against 13 Russian nationals, in Robert Müller Russia probe is strengthened accusations, in stunning detail, but also said the Russians are trying to help, Sanders.

Russian nationals, the indictment said, “the start of mass in the first place to communicate derogatory information about Hillary Clinton, to denigrate, other candidates such as Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio, and in support of Bernie Sanders and then-candidate Donald Trump.”

The details create an unpleasant situation for the Vermont senator, as he is seen positioning themselves for a potential 2020 White house run.

Special Counsel Robert Mueller, the team charged with 13 Russian nationals on Feb. 16, 2018 for engagement in the 2016 presidential elections.


Sanders, does not give a clear answer on whether he and his campaign were aware of, or took measures to cope with the disorder-such as the Russian offered to social media accounts that allegedly support his campaign. Instead Sanders, I-Vt., has not tried to do by relocating the control in the direction of Clinton’s campaign, in order to prevent Russian interference.

“The real question is, what was the Clinton campaign [against the Russian interference]? You have had more information than we do,” Sanders said in an interview last week with the Vermont Public Radio. “You were supporting my campaign? No. They attacked Hillary Clinton’s campaign and with the help of my supporters against Hillary Clinton.”


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An episode in the indictment involved Russian nationals, allegedly, an internal “outline of the topics to circulate to be posted in February 2016 for the future content of organization-driven social media accounts.”


“Specialists were instructed to publish content, said on” politics in the United States, ” and ” take advantage of every opportunity to criticize Hillary, and the rest (except for Sanders and the trump card –we will support you),” the documents.

Sanders alleged, in a radio interview, and again on NBC’s “Meet the Press” that a campaign aide information exchange with the Clinton campaign over the suspected anti-Clinton-Russian trolls on a campaign Facebook page.

“A guy who was on my staff … checked it out, and he went to the Clinton campaign, and he said, ‘You know what? I think these guys are Russians,'” said Sanders. His former campaign manager, Jeff Weaver, said the senator’s comments were based on the news, specifically one of NBC’s San Diego affiliate, which suggested that a campaign, the volunteers brought the knowledge of the Clinton team.

Politically, however, reported that the ’employee’ Sanders referred to John Mattes of San Diego, was only a volunteer and do not receive any direction from Sanders, or campaign staff, but communicates on its own with a Clinton-backing super PAC.

The Clinton campaign denied received information from the Sanders campaign on the question of Russian influence.


The Clinton campaign refused to receive information from Sanders “campaign on the issue, say Political, that no one from Sanders’ in – reach campaign.

Weaver later, Politico said that Sanders has no first-Hand knowledge that this is happening.

A spokeswoman for Sanders did not respond to Fox News’ request for comment.

Brooke Singman is a political Reporter for Fox News. You can follow her on Twitter at @Brooke FoxNews.

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