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In an interview with Sputnik, journalist and Valdai Club member Giulietto Chiesa, touted Putin's speech as "exceptionally important". Asked how Russian Federation would feel if Mr. Trump were impeached, Putin said it would be "absolutely wrong" for Russian Federation to discuss US politics.

"Thank you for your trust", he told the audience.

"After losing the election to Trump, they have put all the blame on Russia and engaged in a frenzied anti-Russian hysteria", he said, according to the Chicago Tribune.

"Old man Putin is so scared of our meetings in the regions that he decided to make himself happy with a small gift for his jubilee", Navalny said on Twitter after his sentencing.

Putin said that "disrespect is shown for [Trump]" in the USA, which he called "regrettable". "Every one of their steps are known and clear to us", Putin said at a forum with scholars.

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But the goal was disallowed as Ghana's Mohammed Kudus had fouled Ibrahim Kane while heading the incoming cross towards Sulley. The goal didn't upset Ghana and they started to create more and more attack on opponent goal.

"The recent sanctions package adopted by the U.S. Congress was openly created to push Russian Federation out of European energy markets and to force Europe to switch to more expensive liquefied natural gas from the United States, even though the volumes there are not yet sufficient", he said.

In September, Putin said that Mr. Trump was "not my bride, and I'm not his groom".

He criticised Trump's predecessors, describing how he believed the United States had betrayed Russian Federation in the 1990s by not reciprocating what he called the unprecedented access Moscow gave Washington to Russia's secret nuclear facilities.

Admitting that right now, "there is less security in the world", he regretted the fact that "instead of progress and democracy, we see radical elements, extremist groups that deny civilization itself, seek to plunge it into archaism and into chaos, into barbarism". "He [Trump] has done this", the Russian leader said.

"From our side, the response will be instant, and I want to warn, symmetrical", said Putin.

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