MOSCOW, Nov. 7 (Xinhua) -- Kremlin on Monday denied allegations that Russia has been involved in the U.S. presidential elections, saying that Moscow has neither right nor intention to interfere in the campaign.
Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said the U.S. presidential campaign is "an internal affair of the Unite States and there are already lots of problems with it."
U.S. President Barack Obama said in July that it was "possible" that Russia would try to influence the U.S. presidential elections, after a leak of the U.S. Democratic National Committee emails, which some U.S. politicians have blamed on Russian hackers.
In October, the U.S. intelligence and security agencies issued a joint statement, blaming Russia for directing attacks on American political organizations, which was later dismissed by Russian President Vladimir Putin.
Putin said those claims were just an effort to distract the attention of the U.S. electorate from real issues.