President Obama’s former adviser to Russia, Michael McFaul, said on Thursday that journalists working for Russian state television hacked his phone and email. McFaul, in Moscow to meet with human-rights activist Lev Ponomarev, called the actions of NTV “wild,” despite the channel having denied any wrongdoing. “This doesn’t happen in the United States, this doesn’t happen in England, in Germany, in China—only here, and only with you,” McFaul told journalists. He accused the journalists of reading his schedule to pursue him.
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