Kosachev commented on the appointment in the United States


RIA Novosti

The appointment of spectracolor US to investigate the “activities” of Russia is not preparing to impeach, but a tool of pressure on trump, the head of the international Committee of the Federation Council Konstantin Kosachev.

The U.S. Department of justice has appointed the former head of the FBI Robert Mueller spectaculorum to investigate the so-called “RF interference” in the U.S. presidential election in 2016. US intelligence agencies had previously accused Russia of trying to influence the election, Russia has repeatedly denied the allegations, press Secretary of Russian President Dmitry Peskov called them “completely unfounded”.

“The appointment of former FBI Director Robert Mueller to the position of spectracular to investigate “efforts of the Russian government with the purpose to influence the presidential elections in 2016,” not really a surprise,” Kosachev wrote in Facebook.

According to him, the author of the initiative, first Deputy Minister of justice and U.S. attorney Rod Rosenstein announced the possibility of this appointment, however, without mentioning the name of the candidate, even with approval of senators him to his current position.

“I would not consider that this is a step towards impeachment of the President directly trump, as hurry to judge almost all media. But, of course, is another permanent instrument of pressure on him and his team. Trump impose “flags” forcing to act in a certain direction,” the Senator said.

Kosachev recalled the barrage of spiteful comments about the fact that, “they say, Russian was disappointed in “his” candidate, and now President, and relations between the two countries is now worse than before.”

“However, all these ongoing actions against the White house administration show that trump is still “on suspicion”, and all this joy about the fact that things got worse rather desirable than real,” — said the MP.

According to the Senator, “the trump is heard optimistic reports: he convinces everyone that a thorough investigation will confirm the lack of connections between his presidential campaign, “and any foreign structures.”

“And he’s right. Because the positive verdict of this court, the independence of which in unison, say both supporters and opponents of trump, really would put an end to this whole story,” says the legislator. But the stakes are too high, said Kosachev, the intensity of emotions is through the roof, and in such an atmosphere to conduct an objective investigation is extremely difficult.