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The US president has ordered the CIA not to interfere in the Russian presidential elections, and in return Russia will not intervene in the upcoming US election.

Former CIA employee and current whistleblower “Jeffrey Sterling” announced that US President Donald Trump had ordered former CIA chief Mike Pompeo to stop taking any sensitive action in the upcoming Russian presidential election.

“In return for this order, Trump asked the Russians to end the tensions between the two countries and to not interfere in the next US elections.”_ Sterling added.

It is noteworthy that the authorities of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) have taken a decision to prevent such incidents from occurring in the wake of speculation over Russia’s intervention in the 2016 election.

Pompeo also said at a meeting of the Senate select committee on intelligence on February 13 that Russia could intervene in the congressional mid-term elections in November.

On the other hand, at the Dartmouth Summit held in September 2017 between US and Russian security officials, the level of pessimism between the two countries was reduced and it was decided to find a solution for the challenges between the two countries at the next meeting. The next meeting was held at the Russian security officials visit to Washington in mid-February, and the meeting was held secretly, the result of which was Russia’s guarantee of non-interference in the Senate’s mid-term elections, against US not meddling in the Russian presidential election.

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Trump’s encounter with the Russians has been a weak one is precedent, he offered cyber assistance to President Vladimir Putin at the first meeting with the Russian leader, which was heavily criticized by some American politicians.

Some speculations consider Pompeo’s new position to be linked to new changes in the CIA.

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Assad must stay
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Assad must stay

Ahem…

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UK is interfering in Russia presidential election.

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“the result of which was Russia’s guarantee of non-interference in the Senate’s mid-term elections”

This suggests that they had been planning to interfere and implies that the had in the past. Have you evidence for this claim ? I think we might leave groundless accusations to the MSM.

Personally I would prefer if Russia did get involved but unfortunately there probably to naive and dont had the capacity.

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Wait, US is now leading by example not with the motto do as we say not as we do?

I suppose that’s a good thing, but I remain skeptical.