U.S. Senate releases third part of election meddling report

The published document again accuses Russia of trying to influence the electoral process in the United States.
The U.S. Senate Intelligence Committee released a third part of the report, which was prepared after an investigation into alleged foreign interference in the 2016 U.S. presidential election. The text of the report was posted on the committee’s website.
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In the document, Russia is accused of trying to influence the electoral process in the United States. So, the report notes that the U.S. government was not ready to resist the actions of Russia. Senators believe that the American authorities did not want to openly report foreign interference, because they were afraid to undermine the credibility of the institution of the U.S. election.

The document also alleges that the United States warned Russia that interference was unacceptable.

According to the senators, “it has now become clear that at least some aspects of Russia’s activities continued in the autumn of 2016, as well as after the elections.”

The Special Committee also advised the U.S. executive to “be prepared for further attacks on the U.S. election in a highly politicized atmosphere, whether by Russia or anyone else.”

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