A Ninot, a doll depecting a celebrity that will be set alight during the Fallas festival, representing US President Donald Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin is displayed in Valencia on March 09, 2018.
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Russian President Vladimir Putin says he doesn't care about alleged Russian interference in the U.S. presidential election because the actions weren't connected to his government.In an interview with American broadcaster NBC News that aired Saturday, Putin also suggested that some of the 13 Russian nationals indicted by the United States may not be ethnically Russian.Putin responded brusquely when interviewer Megyn Kelly asked if he condoned the interference that was alleged in last month's U.S. indictment by special counsel Robert Mueller.Putin claimed that the United States interferes in Russian elections "all the time" but that it was "impossible for us" to do the same.
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