Ukraine denies Trump accusation it attempted to sabotage 2016 election

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July 25, 2017 17:51
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KIEV - The Ukrainian embassy in Washington denied on Tuesday accusations from US President Donald Trump that Ukraine had attempted to sabotage his campaign during the 2016 US presidential race.

"We stand by our words that the government of Ukraine didn't help any candidate in (the) election. Ukraine is proud of bipartisan support in the US," the embassy posted on Twitter.

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