Russian President, Vladimir Putin, who has on a good number of occasions enjoyed praise from America’s soon-to-be President, Donald Trump, spoke out against the accusations trailing Trump about meeting prostitutes in Russia.
President Vladimir Putin spoke to reporters in the Kremlin on Tuesday telling them that the allegations made against President-elect Donald Trump were “obvious fabrications.”
President Putin, in his normal direct manner, also said:
“People who order fakes of the type now circulating against the U.S. president-elect, who concoct them and use them in a political battle, are worse than prostitutes because they don’t have any moral boundaries at all.”
Continuing the defense, President Putin said that Donald Trump was not a politician when he visited Russia and that Russian authorities had not been aware of any political ambitions that he held. For this reason, the Russian President said that it is “complete nonsense” to believe that Russian security services “chase after every American billionaire.”
Donald Trump has also hitherto dubbed the information as fake news and on January 11 the President-elect had lashed out at media organizations for publishing the unverified material about alleged Russian intelligence gathering on him and Democrat Hillary Clinton.
The reports had suggested that Russia’s aim was to use the intelligence to shift U.S. policy toward Russia. The Kremlin also denied its possession of any compromising material on Trump.
President Putin, in another attempt to deride the intelligence, said that Donald Trump is a grown man and has severally been involved with beauty contests for many years and has met the most beautiful women in the world.
He, therefore, said that he finds it hard to believe that “he rushed to some hotel to meet girls of loose morals, although ours are undoubtedly the best in the world.”