On Friday, Russian President Vladimir became visibly irritated when NBC News propagandist Megyn Kelly grilled him over allegations that Russia hacked the DNC and helped Donald Trump win the election using a line of questioning that sounded as though it came straight out of the Democrat-media complex conspiracy handbook.
The Daily Caller reported:
Megyn Kelly, now working for NBC News, was moderating a panel discussion in St. Petersburg when she asked Putin about United States intelligence agencies’ conclusions that Russia had interfered with the 2016 U.S. election.
Putin seemed to disingenuously and condescendingly praise Kelly before ripping out his ear piece.
“Everyone should take the American mass media’s role model. Megyn has been demonstrating today high class in her profession,” he said before alleging he didn’t know where the DNC leaks came from.
There was more. Amber Athey reported that Putin ripped his earpiece out a second time as Kelly continued to grill him like a criminal suspect.
“…and what President Trump has been saying…just show me the quote where he said he won because of Russian intervention,” he finished before popping the ear piece back in. “I don’t remember him saying so.”
Kelly, not backing down, said, “[Trump] finally came around to say, ‘I think Russia did it’ and he said, ‘I don’t think he’ll do it again.’”
Putin smirked at Kelly, and said “this is not as simple as having an interview or writing an article in a newspaper” before pulling out the ear piece again.
“As for the interference, look at what your colleagues are doing in our country,” Putin said. “They have been deep down in our domestic policies doing what they want, enjoying themselves, on a systemic basis for many years.”
At one point, Putin told Kelly that even her “underage daughter” could have been behind the hacking.
“IP addresses can be invented — a child can do that! Your underage daughter could do that. That is not proof,” he said, mocking the former Fox talking head.
NBC News added:
“We didn’t do this. Stop this!” he said.
Putin blamed the allegations on “internal political bickering.”
He said: “There is no specific evidence, no facts, just assumptions, allegations and conclusions based on those allegations nothing more.”
Video of the segment can be seen below:
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- Dem. Rep. Ted Lieu says 11-year-old child asked if Trump part Russian, gets hammered on Twitter
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