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    Claims made by the CIA that Russian hackers helped Donald Trump win the 2016 US presidential election turn out to be nothing short of "absolute nonsense."

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    As former UK diplomat and whistleblower Craig Murray revealed that the information leaks in question were not the work of some Russian high-tech clandestine agents as CIA claims; it were the insiders disgusted by the corruption of the Clinton circle who decided to make certain facts known to the public.

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