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Donald Trump accepts Russia's involvement in cyber attack during presidential elections

All India Radio Monday, 9 January 2017
Donald Trump accepts Russia's involvement in cyber attack during presidential electionsUS President-elect Donald Trump accepts the US intelligence community's conclusion that Russia engaged in cyber attacks during the US presidential election and may take action in response. His incoming chief of staff Reince Priebus said Fox News yesterday that Trump believed Russia was behind the intrusions into the Democratic Party organizations.
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After weeks of living in denial over Russia's involvement in the hacking of the US elections, President elect Donald Trump is finally accepting the CIA's investigation reports proving Russia is guilty. On Sunday, Trump's incoming chief of staff said Trump is on board now and that "actions may be...

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