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interfere

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Synonyms for meddle

to intervene officiously or indiscreetly in the affairs of others

to handle something idly, ignorantly, or destructively

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intrude in other people's affairs or business

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In another tweet Sunday, Trump, who has tried since the campaign to sow doubts about who was behind the election intrusions, said that he had "never said Russia did not meddle in the election," quoting a comment he made in a 2016 presidential debate.
Trump has long contended that his campaign did not colluded with Russia, even as the US intelligence community and now Mueller have concluded that Russia conducted a wide campaign to meddle in the election to help Trump win.
Hall, who left his job as CIA Chief of Russian Operations in 2015 after 30 years of service, noted that the US has never shunned attempting to meddle in other countries' elections.
If they have meddled, and are continuing to meddle, as U.
13 ( ANI ): Union Law Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad on Wednesday called the Ram Setu as an important part of Indian heritage and said that nobody should meddle with it.
He said he absolutely did not meddle in our election.
Mr Trump said after confronting Mr Putin in Vietnam: "He said he didn't meddle.
If there's trouble in their place, do we meddle with their politics?
Nazareth/PNN/ Israel's National Cyber Authority is expected to recommend the manual counting of votes in future elections in order to prevent cyber attacks "following recent attempts to meddle with elections in the West," the Israeli newspaper Haaretz reported yesterday.
The PTI questioned the alleged use of PM office by his daughter, 'Why does Maryam Nawaz meddle into the national affairs?
Yet its appetite for interference only grew as the country's strength and scope increased, finding several financial, commercial, social, religious, political and military reasons to meddle in other countries' affairs.
Churches meddle with politics IT seems our churches with their dwindling congregations are starting to meddle in politics.
Interviewed by the Voice of Lebanon radio station, the lawmaker said that the fact that Lebanese MPs have always wagered on foreign policies is what made Lebanon lose its independency, but has also opened the door before some countries to meddle in the country's internal affairs.
Doesn't crisis-seeking Miliband realise that it's even worse when politicians meddle with economics?
Butcher and trainee chef Laurie Meddle, 18, suffered horrific burns when a sheep costume he was wearing at a fancy dress party burst into flames in November 2012.