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Democrats Warn U.S. Still Unprepared For Russian Election Meddling

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A new Democratic congressional report on Wednesday says that the United States still lacks a "“a coherent, comprehensive and coordinated approach” to counter future potential threats against US elections.

Democrats say that President Donald Trump’s negligence in acknowledging and responding to the threat of continued Russian interference is among the biggest factors that leaves the U.S. at risk..

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Democrats Warn U.S. Still Unprepared For Russian Election Meddling

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