Trump’s aides say president-elect open to Russian hack info
Friday, 6 January 2017 () NEW YORK Donald Trump's top aides said he would have an open mind on Friday when he is briefed on what U.S. intelligence agencies have concluded were Russian cyber attacks during the 2016 election campaign, despite rising tensions between the president-elect and the nation's spy agencies.Trump has been dismissive of findings that Russian hackers worked on his behalf and spokesman Sean Spicer told ABC News that Trump has "a healthy skepticism of everything."Spicer and Kellyanne Conway, who will be a counselor to Trump when he takes office on Jan
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Donald Trump has rubbished fresh claims that Russian intelligence agencies have obtained personally compromising information about him. The allegations, which for the moment are said to remain unsubstantiated but highly embarrasing, relate to the President-elect’s political and personal dealings....
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