Press Secretary of the trump questioned the legitimacy of sanctions against Moscow

The future press Secretary elected President of the USA of Donald trump Sean Spicer doubt that the outgoing administration entered the White house measures against Moscow for allegedly committed cyber-attacks are justified. About it reports ABC News.


“Is this response proportionate to the undertaken actions?” he said Spicer.


He recalled that in 2015 Washington suspected Beijing cyber-attacks on systems planning and administrative management of the US administration (OPM), however, retaliation against China was not accepted.


Himself Donald trump earlier also questioned the responsibility of Russia for the actions of hackers.


“I think it’s unfair if we don’t know. It could be someone else,” said then President-elect of the United States.


The twenty-ninth of December the administration of U.S. President Barack Obama imposed new sanctions against nine Russian institutions, companies and individuals. Also America has closed two of the residential complex that are considered diplomatic property of the Russian Federation, and declared persona non grata 35 Russian diplomats in the United States.


Russian President Vladimir Putin has described the recent steps of the President as an unfriendly act, however, was not to declare persona non grata of American diplomats.

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