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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."

    Laboratory of fakes

    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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