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  • White House: Security clearance not needed to tell who benefited from Russian hacking

    In a press briefing on Monday, White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest suggested that it is easy to figure out who benefited from the Russian cyber hacking during the election. He went on to say now it is the special responsibility Congress to take a close look at the potential impact it has on national security and the integrity of the U.S. government.

White House: Security clearance not needed to tell who benefited from Russian hacking

In a press briefing on Monday, White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest suggested that it is easy to figure out who benefited from the Russian cyber hacking during the election. He went on to say now it is the special responsibility Congress to take a close look at the potential impact it has on national security and the integrity of the U.S. government.
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