File - In this Tuesday, March 15, 2016 photo, Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks to supporters at his primary election night event at his Mar-a-Lago Club in Palm Beach, Fla.(AP Photo/Gerald Herbert)
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The Kremlin Thursday condemned a pre-election video in the United States promoting Republican front-runner Donald Trump at Hillary Clinton's expense, complaining that it unfairly "demonized" Russia.Meanwhile, British research group Economist Intelligence Unit released an assessment showing the prospect of Trump winning the U.S. presidency represents a global threat on a par with extremist militancy destabilizing the world economy.The video tries to cast doubt over the ability of Clinton, the Democratic Party's likely presidential candidate, to contend with Putin in the event of her winning the election.Until now, the Kremlin has largely held off criticizing Trump.Russian state TV, which usually closely reflects the Kremlin's world view, has also generally been more positive about Trump than the other presidential candidates, suggesting his policies are more Russia-friendly.
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