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Kremlin says alleged U.S. spy did not have access to Putin

Reuters Tuesday, 10 September 2019
The Kremlin played down reports of a CIA spy inside Russia's presidential administration, but said an official identified by Russian media as the likely U.S. mole had worked there although he did not have access to President Vladimir Putin.
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