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Putin allegedly plotted to put Trump in the White House, according to Kremlin Papers

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It is believed that during the closed-door meeting of the Russian National Security Council, Vladimir Putin personally authorized the operation of the secret spy agency to support the “mentally unstable” Donald Trump in the 2016 US presidential election. It is believed that the leaked Kremlin documents. On January 22, 2016, the newspaper recommended that the Russian President, his spy chief, and senior ministers attend.

They agreed that Trump’s White House will help ensure Moscow’s strategic goals, including “social turmoil” in the United States and weakening the US president’s negotiating position. In a decree that emerged, three Russian spy agencies were ordered to find practical ways to support Trump. Has Putin’s signature.

At this point, Trump is the pioneer of the Republican nomination contest. A report from Putin’s expert department recommended that Moscow use “all possible forces” to ensure Trump’s victory. It is understood that Western intelligence agencies have been aware of these documents for several months and have carefully checked them. The newspapers seen by The Guardian seem to represent serious and very unusual leaks within the Kremlin.

Guardian reporters showed these documents to independent experts, who said they appeared to be genuine. The accompanying details seem to be accurate. It is said that this tone and overall momentum are consistent with the Kremlin’s security thinking.

The Kremlin responded dismissively. Putin’s spokesperson, Dmitri Peskov, said that the Russian leader’s meeting in early 2016 and agreeing to support Trump’s idea was “a great pulp fiction” when the Guardian contacted them on Thursday morning.

The report – “No 32-04 \ vd” – is classified as secret. It says Trump is the “most promising candidate” from the Kremlin’s point of view. The word in Russian is perspektivny.

There is a brief psychological assessment of Trump, who is described as an “impulsive, mentally unstable and unbalanced individual who suffers from an inferiority complex”.

According to the document, there is also clear evidence that the Kremlin has materials about the future president’s kompromat or possible compromise, which were compiled from previous“non-official visits to Russian Federation territory”.

The document mentioned “certain events” that occurred during Trump’s visit to Moscow. The document stated that members of the Security Council are requested to find detailed information in the fifth paragraph of appendix V. It is not clear what the appendix contains.

“It is acutely necessary to use all possible force to facilitate his [Trump’s] election to the post of US president,” the paper says.

This will help produce the “theoretical political scenario” favored by Russia. He predicted that Trump’s victory “will definitely lead to the destabilization of the US’s sociopolitical system”  and exposed hidden dissatisfaction.

There is no doubt that the January 2016 meeting was held in the Kremlin. Official photos on the occasion showed Putin sitting at the table, under the flag of the Russian Federation and a double-headed golden eagle. The then Prime Minister of Russia Dmitry Medvedev and senior foreign minister Sergey Lavrov attended the meeting. Also present at the meeting were Sergei Shoigu, the Minister of Defense in charge of the Russian military intelligence agency GRU; Mikhail Fradkov, then head of the Russian SVR Foreign Intelligence Agency; and The head of the FSB spy agency Alexander Bortnikov (Alexander Bortnikov). Nikolai Patrushev, former director of the FSB, also attended as the Secretary of the Security Council.

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