Kremlin: No proof in Mueller's report of Russian meddling

The Kremlin says that Special Counsel Robert Mueller's 400-page report has not offered any credible evidence of Russian interference in the 2016 U.S. presidential election

The publication of the redacted report offered Russian officials another I-told-you-so moment to deny any efforts to help Trump win the U.S. presidency.

Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov told reporters on Friday that there is no evidence substantiated by any facts that Russia interfered in the election, and said stressed that Moscow rejects the accusations.

Peskov pointed out that President Vladimir Putin has repeatedly denied the claims of interference because there was none.

Most of the Russian media on Thursday and Friday made a point of rejecting the well-documented findings about Russian interference in the 2016 elections via hacking and a social media campaign.

State-owned Rossiya television channel said in its report on the Vesti. Economy program late on Thursday that the report is not credible because it has failed to release the content of hacked emails or specific files.

The Mueller probe was an attempt to threaten the current government and influence U.S. foreign policy without offering any specific evidence, Vesti. Economy said.