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The interference of the Georgian senator could affect Super Bowl

Sen. Johnny Isakson (R-Ga.) Said this week that he feared the partial shutdown of the government could affect the Super Bowl next month, which will be held in Atlanta. 19659002 business "due to a shortage of Transportation Security Agency employees working without pay during the shutdown that reached its 26th day on Wednesday. " We have a Super Bowl in …

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Four Americans associated with Trump were investigated in the summer of 2016 for Russian interference

The FBI investigated four Americans linked to Donald Trump's campaign, which began in the summer of 2016 to possibly support the presidential election Kremlin, former FBI director James Comey reported in reports to congressional investigators. The details were made public on Saturday for the first time when the Parliament's Judiciary, Supervision and Government Reform Committees published the transcript of the …

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Chinese Defense Minister Wei Fenghe calls on the US to withdraw allegations of interference

Top officials from China have condemned the United States to damage relations with Beijing and denounced attempts to enter into anti-Chinese alliances with other nations. Chinese Defense Minister Wei Fenghe accused Washington of "seriously harming the Sino-US relationship and mutual trust" by claiming that China interfered with US domestic politics and vowed that China would take action to protect its …

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Elena Alekseevna Khusyaynova accused the interference of the Russian elections in 2018, accused of having worked for the troll farm "Project Lakhta"

According to the FBI and Ministry of Justice, a Russian citizen is the first person accused by the US of conspiracy to interfere in the 2018 midterm election. Elena Alekseevna Khusyaynova is accused in the indictment of having participated in a conspiracy to "sow discord in the US political system and undermine belief in our democratic institutions." The government says …

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Senate Democrats press for evidence of Chinese election interference

Senate Democrats have asked the Trump administration on Thursday for evidence to back up recent claims by President Trump and other high-ranking officials that China is trying to intervene in the upcoming midterm elections. In a letter to Daniel Coats, director of National Intelligence, three senators asked whether Mr. Trump's allegations of "wanting to politically violate him because of his …

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Republicans and Democrats are equally pushing for sanctions against Russian interference

> Russian President Vladimir Putin (Photo: Alexei Druzhinin / AP) WASHINGTON – With less than 100 days to the intermediate elections, one A bipartisan group of senators on Thursday offered a bill that would impose stricter sanctions on Russia if it continues to interfere in US elections. The bill would introduce new penalties for those who target electoral systems and …

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Trump back course on Russian interference, calling it "all a big joke"

President Trump climbs Air Force One on July 22 at Morristown Municipal Airport, Morristown, NJ, on his way to Washington after sleeping at the Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster, NJ (Carolyn Kaster / AP) After A week of tantalizing explanations, backsliding and clarification on whether he believes the US secret service's conclusion that Russia intervened in the presidential election …

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After the Week of Walkbacks, Trump points out "big fraud" in Russian interference

WASHINGTON – A week full of drama, retracing, double negatives and glowing statements from allies about his attitude to Russian pastern, President Trump was again on Sunday "a great hoax." [19659002] Mr. Trump spent days reassuring the country that he accepted that the long-time enemy intervened in the 2016 elections after he in collaboration with Russian President Vladimir Putin the …

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Kirstenen Nielsen: Russian interference in the electoral infrastructure should cause chaos for both parties

Homeland Security minister Kirstenen Nielsen said Thursday that Russian cyber-attacks on the electoral infrastructure should cause "chaos" for both parties. "I have not seen any evidence that trying to interfere with our electoral infrastructure was a particular political party," Nielson said during the Aspen Security Forum when asked if Russia was trying to help President Donald Trump to win the …

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