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(Studio: Kate Bolduan) A claim from Russia the cyberattack on US government agencies may be a plot to hurt US-Russian relations under President-elect Joe Biden introduced. Live discussion held with CNN's with Steve Hall & former NSA adviser Samantha vinograd about Russia. [HALL - offers views on how counter accusations are par for the course with Russia, on how far reaching will be this cyberattack on all levels of the US government.] [VINOGRAD - offers views on whether this kind of cyberattack would have happened if Trump had stood up to Russian President Vladimir Putin & malign Russia behavior, how Biden will make national security decisions.] Other material: [former CIA dir. John BRENNAN - offers views on why President Trump does not see Russia as a threat & the danger from an autocrat is when he is losing power.]
- Bolduan, Kate
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