>> We have no compromising dossier on Trump, that's the Crumlin. Moscow denouncing the claim that's revealed on CNN as total non-sense. On Tuesday, two U.S officials said the heads of four US Intelligence Agencies have presented Trump with classified documents last week. They included unverified claims that Russian intelligence officers had put together a compromising file on the US President elect.
A Kremlin spokesman telling reporters the dossier containing the claims was a hoax, something which had been dreamt up to harm US-Russia relations even more, given they're already at their lowest level since the Cold War. Reuters' Christian Lowe is in Moscow.>> What Russia wants very much is new friendly relations with the white class in the United States under Trump.
In particular, they want Trump to soften or lift sanctions that were imposed on Russia over the conflict in Ukraine. Now the difficulty is that every time Trump says what he wants to do, tries to make some sort of repression towards Russia, he's likely to face accusations from his opponents.
And this includes people in his own Republican party, that he is in some way, a Russian stooge that he is only doing this, they will say, because. Russia helped get him elected, or he's only doing this because they will say Russia has compromising information on him.>> On Tuesday evening, Trump dismissed the reports on Twitter, calling them fake news.
TOTAL POLITICAL WITCH HUNT, and the Kremlin says it does not engage in compiling compromising docies on anyone, that it's focused on building relations with Russia's foreign partners instead