Deputy Prosecutor General of the United States urged Americans not to believe «anonymous sources» media

© AP Photo / Pablo Martinez MonsivaisЗаместитель U.S. attorney Rod Rosenstein. Archival photoDeputy Prosecutor General of the United States urged Americans not to believe «anonymous sources» media© AP Photo / Pablo Martinez Monsivais

First Deputy US attorney General Rod Rosenstein warned the Americans from the faith of the publications in which the media referring to anonymous sources, the newspaper writes Politico.

The American media regularly reports, generally citing unnamed sources, the contacts of the members of the electoral headquarters of the current President of the United States Donald trump with Russian officials and businessmen. Russia has repeatedly denied these accusations, the press Secretary of the President Dmitry Peskov called them «completely unfounded». The Russian foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov, speaking about alleged Russian intervention in elections in the United States, France and Germany, said that there are no facts confirming it, no.

«Americans should be careful not to take for granted some stories attributed to anonymous «officials», especially if they do not indicate the country, not to mention government departments and agencies with which prospective sources are connected,» said Rosenstein.

According to him, Americans should be skeptical of anonymous accusations. «The Ministry has long-established policy not to confirm and not refute these allegations,» he added Rosenstein. He did not explain what the publication is about.

This week, the Washington Post, citing sources wrote that spectracolor Robert Mueller leading an investigation against President of trump in connection with a possible obstruction of justice. After the dismissal of FBI Director James Komi in the press not once had a leak with the assumptions that trump was trying to push Komi and his investigation.