Russia's President Vladimir Putin makes his annual New Year address to the nation in Moscow, Russia, December 31, 2016. Sputnik/Mikhail Klimentyev/Kremlin via REUTERS
MOSCOW - 12 December 2017: Russian President Vladimir Putin receives reports about his US counterpart Donald Trump’s tweets, Kremlin Spokesman Dmitry Peskov was quoted by TASS news agency as saying Tuesday.
"Moscow considers all statements made on Trump’s official Twitter account to be official, so reports are presented to President Putin about them, as well as about official statements that politicians make in other countries," he said.
Peskov declined to comment on the actions of Trump, who is famous for his activities on Twitter. "I do not think I have the right to comment on President Trump’s actions, it would be a wrong thing to do," the Russian presidential spokesman said.
The Kremlin spokesman also pointed out that "Putin does not have a Twitter account." "He explained earlier that he did not have a wish to manage a Twitter account and he did not consider it possible for someone else to do it for him, including members of his press service and other departments of the Kremlin administration," Peskov noted.