Russian President Vladimir Putin ordered a campaign to influence the American presidential election in favor of electing Donald Trump, according to a report issued earlier this year by U.S. intelligence agencies. On Friday, the Department of Homeland Security contacted 21 states it said Russians tried to hack.
Russian President Vladimir Putin ordered a campaign to influence the American presidential election in favor of electing Donald Trump, according to a report issued earlier this year by U.S. intelligence agencies. On Friday, the Department of Homeland Security contacted 21 states it said Russians tried to hack. Jon Elswick AP
Russian President Vladimir Putin ordered a campaign to influence the American presidential election in favor of electing Donald Trump, according to a report issued earlier this year by U.S. intelligence agencies. On Friday, the Department of Homeland Security contacted 21 states it said Russians tried to hack. Jon Elswick AP

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