04:22 GMT11 August 2020
Listen Live
    Get short URL

    In an interview with a French daily newspaper, former US President Bill Clinton has discussed his political thriller novel, entitled “The President is Missing,” the plot of which revolves around a cyberattack on several nations - something that he says could happen.

    The all-encompassing interview touched upon a wide range of issues in international politics, including foreign meddling in elections, which is when the former POTUS said that there’s been something that had outraged him.

    “In fact, I am more often anxious rather than outraged, but when Russia interferes in our elections, then yes, it makes me furious,” Clinton told Le Parisien.

    Clinton alleged that Moscow has also attempted to influence the outcome of the vote in France, Germany, the Netherlands and other states.

    He then added that the fact that certain individuals are being prevented from voting due to their race, age or education also makes him angry, as well as the US’ policy on climate change and its insufficient measures to stop drugs at the border.

    READ MORE: Hillary Clinton Again Proclaims Russia, FBI to Blame for Failed Presidential Bid

    Russia has repeatedly been accused of meddling in the 2016 presidential election in the US and of collusion with Donald Trump’s campaign in order to beat his Democratic rival Hillary Clinton. Both the Kremlin and the White House have consistently denied the accusations.


    Bill Clinton Defends Himself Over Lewinsky Scandal, Calls #MeToo 'Way Overdue'
    Monica Lewinsky Disinvited From Philanthropic Event Because of Bill Clinton
    Bill and Hillary Clinton Facing Massive Exposure Over the FBI Probe – Analyst
    Russian collusion, alleged Russian meddling, Hillary Clinton, Donald Trump, Bill Clinton, United States, Russia
    Community standardsDiscussion