Putin boasts of new nuclear weapons with animation of Florida nuclear strike

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Russian President Vladimir Putin on Friday told NBC News that Russia had not been presented with evidence from the US that Russian nationals meddled in the 2016 presidential election and said he wouldn't charge the parties involved if they didn't "violate Russian laws".

Both Russia and the United States are part of a treaty to reduce the number of strategic nuclear warheads both countries have by this year.

She said it was "unfortunate" to watch a Russian video animation Putin showed during his address that she said depicted "a nuclear attack on the United States".

The Kremlin on Friday rejected accusations that Russian Federation violated worldwide arms laws by developing a new hypersonic, "invulnerable" nuclear missile that can supposedly hit any target in the world.

And in a video, these missiles were shown descending on Tampa Bay, the headquarters of the U.S. Central Command.

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As the weapon name contest went on, Russian officials and lawmakers insisted that Putin's speech wasn't an announcement of a new arms race but a warning to Washington to treat Russia as an equal partner.

Kelly then touched on a few facets of Russia's meddling, which the USA intelligence community said was done specifically on orders from the Kremlin itself.

"They do propaganda", said Putin.

"This makes it absolutely invincible for any forms of air and missile defence", he boasted, calling it an 'ideal weapon'.

"It all adds up to Putin saying if we're going to go there, we're going to go there, he's coming out guns a'blazing", he continued.

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Russia's President Vladimir Putin denied accusations that his country intends to spark a new Cold War, NBC News reported.

But in answer to another question - if he could choose what period of history to live in - Putin said he prefers to live in the present day, Russian news agencies reported.

Those accusations came after Putin announced a slew of new defense systems, including a missile that "can reach any point in the world".

The Russian president unveiled a powerful intercontinental ballistic rocket that he claims can bypass any missile defence system on earth. "I should specifically say that Russia's growing military strength is not a threat to anyone; we have never had any plans to use this potential for offensive – let alone aggressive – goals".

Putin made the comment during an interview with NBC's Megyn Kelly on Thursday. He said it carries more nuclear warheads than its Soviet-era predecessor, known in the West as Satan.

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