Trump responded to media publications about his links with the Russian intelligence

The US President Donald trump once again lashed out at some of the American media, accusing them of spreading fake news. New applications trump published on Wednesday, February 15, in his Twitter on the background of the new articles The New York Times who reported about the connection of the American President with the Russian intelligence.

“Writing fake news media go crazy with their conspiracy theories and blind hatred,” wrote trump. “This relationship with Russia is a nonsense and an attempt to cover up the numerous mistakes made by Hillary Clinton during her losing campaign,” he added.

In your next post, trump suggested that information was handed over to the media by U.S. intelligence. “The information was illegally provided to a failure of The New York Times and The Washington Post, intelligence community (NSA and the FBI?)”, – wrote trump.

Earlier The New York Times reported that people from trump spoke with Russian intelligence during the election campaign. The publication cited four current and former American officials. According to the newspaper, one of those who took part in these contacts, the sources named the former head of the headquarters of the trump Paul Manafort.

Press Secretary of the President of Russia Dmitry Peskov, commenting on the publication of Newspapers NYT, advised not to trust newspaper reports. He noted that currently it is difficult to distinguish “the real from the fakes.”