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Russian politicians dismiss Theresa May 'election meddling' criticism

BBC News Tuesday, 14 November 2017 ()
Russian politicians dismiss Theresa May 'election meddling' criticismThe UK PM said Russia was trying to "undermine free societies" in the West and "sow discord".
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News video: Report: Russian Twitter Trolls Tried To Divert Attention From 'Access Hollywood' Tape To Hillary Clinton

Report: Russian Twitter Trolls Tried To Divert Attention From 'Access Hollywood' Tape To Hillary Clinton 01:02

Russian twitter accounts tried to divert the attention away from the 'Access Hollywood' tape and focus the criticism on the media and Clinton. Veuer's Nick Cardona (@nickcardona93) has that story.

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