Aprilscherz des Russischen Außenministeriums ;'D

 Germany, Munich 

On April 1, the Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs posted a spoof voicemail offering "Russian hackers services" and "election interference." And the mainstream US media appears not amused.

"You have reached the Russian embassy, your call is very important to us. To arrange a call from a Russian diplomat to your political opponents, press one," the message posted on the ministry’s official Facebook page says, playing first in Russian, then in English.

"To use the services of Russian hackers press two," it goes on.

"To request election interference, press three and wait until the next election campaign. Please note that all calls are recorded for quality improvement and training purposes."

Earlier this week, another American network, ABC News, broadcast an interview with Kremlin spokesman, Dmitry Peskov. Only nine percent of Americans think of Putin favorably, the ABC host told Peskov, who wasn't surprised with such attitude.

"The US public have been a target for severe anti-Russian propaganda, and they felt victims of that propaganda, and because of that, the American people think that yes, Russian hackers are everywhere, in every fridge, iron, and so on and so forth," the Russian official said.