Putin says he disagrees with political opponents' accusations against Obama

Russian President Vladimir Putin has said that he is not entitled to assess his U.S. counterpart Barack Obama and does not intend to "meddle in America's internal political squabbles."

Russian President Vladimir Putin has said that he is not entitled to assess his U.S. counterpart Barack Obama and does not intend to "meddle in America's internal political squabbles."

"Political opponents bring accusations against the current head of state, and here there are a lot of lines of attack, including accusations of incompetence, weakness, of anything else," Putin said in an interview that he gave to U.S. television channels CBS and PBS ahead of the UN General Assembly.

"I do not think so and I will not meddle in America's internal political squabbles," the Russian president said.

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