Ex-employee of Russian Presidential Administration threatened media with court for Trump
Igor Diveykin shrugs off relations with an advisor of Donald Trump.
A former employee of the Presidential Administration and now Deputy Head of Personnel, business manager of the State Duma Igor Diveykin, called stupidity the widespread media reports about his contacts with Carter Page, who is an advisor to the electoral headquarters of Donald Trump.
According to Interfax, he has never known "such a man, and did not assume his existence."
- Foreign policy issues has never included in my area of competence, - the agency quotes the official.
Diveykin stresses that he intends to go to court if the journalists do not stop spreading information that do not correspond to reality.
The BuzzFeed edition published a dossier, which contains information about the alleged links between the representatives of the Personnel under President-elect Donald Trump and the Russian special services. In particular, it was alleged that, in July, Diveykin, the then-Deputy Head of the Presidential Administration's Management of the Domestic Policy, met with Page and told him about the presence of incriminating evidence compromising Trump in the Russian leadership’s pocket.
The special services believe that Russian Interior Ministry officials could have cooperated with the press to sell passport applications and border-crossing data of the two men suspected of poisoning the Skripals in Salisbury.