On Wednesday the Kremlin confirmed a report that said Donald Trump’s lawyer reached out to them during the 2016 presidential campaign, seeking help for a business project in Russia.
According to the Associated Press, Vladimir Putin’s spokesman, Dmitry Peskov, confirmed to reporters on Wednesday that he did receive emails from Trump’s attorney Michael Cohen.
Peskov said he received multiple emails but that the Kremlin did not reply.
Peskov was then asked if Putin had seen the emails, to which he said he “cannot discuss with President Putin the hundreds and thousands of various requests coming from different countries” that end up in that Kremlin mailbox.
Peskov said the press office did not reply to Cohen’s email because it “does not react to such business requests. It is not our job.”