the Russian Embassy in the United States made a bet with former President Barack Obama about “Russian disinformation”. The former American leader has posted on Twitter a link to the publication The New York Times, which asserted that Russia extends to the Internet, misinformation about the epidemic.
a Reference to Obama was accompanied by the comment that democracy depends on having informed citizens and social solidarity. In his opinion, this article is a look at how misinformation can spread through social networks and hurt the ability to respond to crises, RIA Novosti reported.
the Embassy of the Russian Federation with this opinion did not agree. According to diplomats on Twitter, Obama found out that he missed a lot during your tenure as a President, because according to The New York Times, “Russia spreading misinformation for more than a decade”. Why didn’t he react? The answer is simple – there is no Russian intervention or campaign of disinformation was not. “This is just another base publication,” – said the Embassy.
From @NYTimes Mr. Obama has learned that he missed a lot during his tenure as POTUS (Russia “has spread misinformation for more than a decade”).
Why didn’t he react❓
Very simple – there was no #RussianInterference or disinformation campaigns. Just another low grade publication. https://t.co/CH4dJVapvb