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A feeling of victory and the justification emanated from the Kremlin on Monday, according to the revelation of the special Council concluded that there was no evidence that Trump’s team had, in cooperation with Russia for a 2016 presidential victory.
“It is not hard to find a black cat in a dark room, especially if you get it,” said Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov – who has long denied all the allegations of connivance – in a conversation with journalists on Monday, referring to a Chinese philosopher. “Have passed centuries, but, unfortunately, it has no understanding that on the other side of the ocean.”
In a four-page letter to Congress released on Sunday, attorney General William Barr said: “the Special Counsel determine that the Trump campaign, or anyone connected with him, conspired, or in coordination with the Russian government in these efforts, despite several offers from Russia is affiliated, to support people in the Trump campaign.”
“The representatives of the conspiracy theory is discredited,” wrote Alexey pushkov, foreign affairs specialist in the upper house of Parliament, tweeted the note to democratic and media is trying to push a theory of consultation. “From now on, only an idiot can believe in.”
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He also claimed that the “distorted, artificial, provocative, conspiratorial, designed to fuel hatred for the Trump campaign” had a second goal, which is to “demonize Russia and to prevent that all U.S. moves in the direction of better relations with Moscow.”
The Russian Embassy in the United Kingdom also took aim at those who narrative, the Trump maintained campaign with Russia for the victory.
“That awkward moment when another anti-Russian fake crumbles to dust,” said the official tweet. “Excuses, anyone?
And for Konstantin Kosachyov, Chairman of the foreign Affairs Committee in the upper house of Parliament, it is both an “I told you so” moment and a moment of regret about two withered years, the deterioration in Russia-US relations.
“Muller’ s long-awaited report proved what has been known in Russia, from the beginning,” he wrote in a Facebook post on Monday. “Two years of incessant lies. Two years of the highest level of the policy is based on the allegation of collusion. To explain a conspiracy, impose the allegedly pro-Russian position Trump, because he was forced to basically, more and stricter measures against our country.”
Russian President Vladimir Putin, left, shakes hands with U.S. National security adviser John Bolton during their meeting in the Kremlin in Moscow, Russia, on Tuesday, Oct. 23, 2018. (AP Photo/Alexander Zemlianichenko)
Kosachyov also tried a sort of reconciliation.
“This is the reason why two years were not lost for the Russian-American relations, but simply crushing for you,” he continued. “Someone will have the answer for this damage? Someone apologize? Will someone post something?”
In addition, in the Russian media, mostly owned or under the supervision of authorities, waste time in boasting about the report.
According to Vitali Shkliarov, an expert in U.S.-Russian relations and a former senior adviser of the Russian opposition presidential candidate Ksenia Sobchak, the message is about the Müller report “with great enthusiasm” in the former Soviet nation.
“This is a topic that has a lot of interest and garnered attention,” he told Fox News. “It was the great coverage of the announcement of the results, often with a trace of sarcasm. Even liberal politicians seem to be happy with the results and are critical of the length and cost of the investigation.”
An anchor of the popular Moscow in the daytime political show “Time Will Tell”, said on Monday that “the investigation was useless” and “its results showed that it was useless.”
However, the political experts, analysts and anti-Trump advocates in the United States made to distinguish the summary. A lot of skepticism Barr results expressed to hinder, while also emphasizing the fact that the Prosecutor General’s office table of contents, said Mueller had been achieved, there is no explicit resolution on whether or not Trump had tried to, justice.
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But even that was fodder for laughter among the Moscow media.
A “Russia Today” – headline on Monday was licks with the title of “Müller-GAU: #resistance to wounds, MAGA camp enjoys the salty popcorn & meme.”
The Moscow-funded outlet, crowed, as the “Russia-gate conspiracy theory falls apart in the Wake of the Mueller report, are fighting the conclusions of the resistance (on) Twitter, in order to cope with them, while Trump Fans basking in the enemies suffer.”
“Reality-based community could only marvel at. And laughter”, the article continues, what about those who “screeched about a cover-up.”
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According to data obtained exclusively by Fox News of Sc2 Corp, a private analytics company that combs, online and social media data for the Special operations and the national security of the community, with headquarters in Clearwater, Fla., the General analogy was that only a few in Russia were surprised by the Miller’s results. The news led to a sharp increase the user engagement in Russia with “positive mood” over the news of the negative mood prevail, but much of the engagement with the subject relatively neutral.
“The Russians are more concerned about the internal ‘Troll ‘ farms’ fomenting discord and division in the country and abroad”, one of the company data, the experts noted.
Trump, who has whirled from the beginning, the framed Mueller probe as a “witch-hunt”, and also claimed a triumph over the weekend, and have questions, because what that means, for the Washington-Moscow agreement in the near future.
“Russia celebrates. It is not coordinating with the campaign, but the U.S. intelligence community’s extensive influence operations had documented,” said Board Brno, a former U.S. diplomat, as the Director of Global Engagement at the White house. “I am very concerned about Moscow in this report is interpreted to accelerate as a bright green light, their influence operations. The Miller report is the perfect tool to try and share more Americans, the fundamentally conflicting interpretations of his decision.”
Nevertheless, other experts see a positive way for a real relationship.
“No one in Russia expected immediate changes, especially in terms of sanctions, but most believe that by the end of this year, it will be more constructive dialogue and a real potential for improvement in our bilateral relations,” said Kendall Coffey, a former U.S. attorney and lawyer in foreign affairs. “Trump the original goal, the ways to improve Russia relations was brought to a standstill by the investigative processes. While the political resistance will remain, he is now able to focus its efforts on what is best for the United States.”
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But Luke Coffey, Director of the Allison Center for Foreign Policy at The Heritage Foundation, warned there are still many more obstacles for the diplomatic relations, on the Miller roll.
“Russia invaded and occupied a large part of the Ukraine, and continue to occupy a large part of Georgia. Both of these countries are U.S. partners. Russia will continue to draw Assad, the civil war in Syria will continue,” he said. “Moscow also shows the support for the Maduro regime in Venezuela, the suffering extend. Until Russia stops its regional aggression and malignant activity, U.S.-Russia relations can never get back on track.”
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Still others predict the worst may be yet to come.
“In the larger context, those who destabilize lean against Trump to the presidency,” added a source, closely associated with the investigation. “This will only fuel the efforts of the Democrats to mess with the President.”