As President Donald Trump's national security adviser John Bolton tells Russians their meddling had no impact on the election results, Elena Khusyaynova, the Russian woman indicted in the US for meddling, delivered a tongue-in-cheek statement on the federal criminal charge she faces and how her company's work has allegedly influenced American politics.



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