Published: Mon, June 26, 2017
Industry | By Dora Warner

Trump accuses Obama of inaction over Russian Federation meddling claim

Trump accuses Obama of inaction over Russian Federation meddling claim

President Trump took to Twitter to question his predecessor's judgment and actions - at the end of a week characterized by a steady drumbeat of questions about how and when the Obama administration chose to respond to Russian interference in the 2016 election.

Trump made similar comments Friday, tweeting that the Obama administration knew of Russia's activities "far in advance" of the election but took no action. "Did nothing about it. WHY?"

The Obama administration would not publicly say Russian Federation was attempting to interfere with the election until October 7, and the news of Putin's attempts to aid Trump would not surface until after the election. Focus on them, not T! They didn't want to hurt Hillary?

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The FBI is investigating into the alleged meddling by Russian Federation in the 2016 presidential election and possible collusion between the Kremlin and Trump's campaign.

Donald Trump says Barack Obama should have taken more aggressive action to deal with allegations of Russian Federation trying to influence the presidential election.

Meanwhile, in a tweet, posted nearly 30 minutes after the above-mentioned tweets, Trump reiterated his statement, that is, to make United States "great" again.

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"Nothing like the extensive hacking effort and manipulation effort could occur without his involvement", the Oregon Democrat told CNN's Alisyn Camerota.

For some Democratic lawmakers, meanwhile, the bombshell report affirmed what they said they had long suspected. You've just been informed by the Central Intelligence Agency that Vladimir Putin has ordered a wide-ranging effort to disrupt the U.S. presidential election. They also told Obama that the administration should indict those responsible in USA courts.

"He had a specific goal to defeat (Democratic nominee) Hillary Clinton and that explains the huge coordinated effort from the botnets to the trolls", Merkley added.

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Rep. Adam Kinginger tweeted: #Russia is a problem & they attacked our democracy. Finally, Obama's Department of Homeland Security did not designate state election systems as "critical infrastructure", entitling states to seek federal help with cybersecurity, until early January of this year as well. "If we weren't upset about it, we have no right to complain in the future".

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