Sands of the words of White house spokesman about Putin: I’d be fired

Sands of the words of White house spokesman about Putin: I’d be fired


The President’s press Secretary Dmitry Peskov has called the abuse of Treasury representative Adam Shubin Russian President Vladimir Putin unfounded.

MOSCOW, 29 Jan. The President’s press Secretary Dmitry Peskov believes that if he made statements similar to the words of White house USA, you would be fired.

On air of TV channel bi-Bi-si, in the program “Panorama”, the representative of the Ministry of Finance of the USA Adam Shubin, dealing with the question of American sanctions against Russia, called the President of the Russian Federation “the personification of corruption.” According to Shubin, the American authorities it has long been known. Putin’s press Secretary Dmitry Peskov said earlier that these unsubstantiated accusations by the U.S. Treasury casts a pall over the office and demand proof. The head of the Kremlin administration Sergei Ivanov called the reports “nonsense and nonsense”. The White house spokesman Josh Ernest, in turn, said that the position of the U.S. Treasury reflects the vision of American President.

“Such insults to the President, the unfounded — it’s so obvious that frankly, is difficult to some analysis. For us it is absolutely impossible to even imagine I can honestly say that if I, for example, would allow such an insult addressed to the President of the United States, I would be dismissed”, — told reporters the President’s press Secretary Dmitry Peskov on Friday.