The Russia government has responded to the recent news of having "compromising materials" against the President-elect of the United States, Donald Trump, or his former rival, Hillary Clinton.The spokesman for Russian president Vladmir Putin denied the recent report.
The two page synopsis attached to the report on the Russia role in the recent US election claims that the Kremlin also has possible"blackmail" materials on Donald Trump, though the report is unsubstantiated and not unverified.
Speaking to state-owned TASS news agency, presidential spokesman Dmitry Peskov said on Wednesday;
No, the Kremlin has no compromising materials on Trump. "This is absolutely fake information, a fabrication and complete nonsense. The Kremlin does not engage in gathering compromising materials.
It is an obvious attempt to harm our bilateral relations. The quality of the public version of the previous report and this hoax is comparable. In English, it is called pulp fiction.
The circulated report was reported to have been compiled by a former British intelligence officer, Buzzfeed reported.