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US-Russia Relations / Election Hacking / Sanctions #1105682

ABC Evening News for Thursday, Dec 29, 2016
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(Studio: Tom Llamas) Report introduced.

(White House: Mary Bruce) The crackdown on Russia by President Obama in response to the state-sponsored cyber hacking reviewed; details given about the shutdown of two Russian-owned compounds, the targeted hackers, specifics about the Russian hacking. [OBAMA - says not much happens without Russian President Vladimir Putin.] [Security expert Anup GHOSH†- cites the message sent.] The Russian response discussed.

(Studio: Tom Llamas) Report introduced.

(Washington: Gloria Riviera) The reaction of President-elect Donald Trump to the sanctions examined; Trump statement quoted. [On Wednesday, TRUMP - says in the age of computers....] [Oct. 19, Dec. 11, TRUMP - denies Russia's role.] [In Feb., Secretary of State-designate Rex TILLERSON - says he has known Putin since 1999.] What the Kremlin is saying about Obama's actions discussed.

Llamas, Tom;
Bruce, Mary;
Riviera, Gloria

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