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US-Russia Relations / Hacking / Trump & Intelligence / Report #1105905

CNN Evening News for Friday, Jan 06, 2017
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The first public intelligence report on the Russian hacking into the US election introduced. [President OBAMA - says the Russians intended to meddle.]

(Washington: Jim Sciutto) The declassified version of the intelligence report on how Russian President Vladimir Putin ordered an effort to undermine Hillary Clinton in the election using multiple approaches to release material via WikiLeaks reviewed; report excerpts quoted. How both parties were hacked but only Democratic material was released to the public with the Russian intention to help Donald Trump discussed.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper; New York: Jim Acosta) The response from President-elect Donald Trump to his meeting with intelligence official, conceding the hacking was aimed at Clinton, but denying it was pro-Trump, the administration vow to deal with cyber attacks discussed.

Cooper, Anderson;
Sciutto, Jim;
Acosta, Jim

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