Kremlin hopes Russophobia not to dominate U.S. election campaign
The Kremlin wants to hope that Russophobic hysteria won’t dominate the upcoming US presidential election campaign, Russian Presidential Spokesman Dmitry Peskov said.
"The presidential election is a US domestic affair," TASS cited him as saying.
But he noted that the previous experience shows that it is accompanied by fueling a new wave of Russophobic hysteria. "Every time we want to hope that this won’t happen," the spokesman stressed.
Peskov added that the Kremlin hopes that this time "this entire Russophobic hysteria won’t be put at the forefront of the election campaign."