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Russian intel officers indicted for hacking the DNC and Clinton campaign

Russian intel officers indicted for hacking the DNC and Clinton campaign

In the most high-profile case related to Mueller's investigation, Paul Manafort, Trump's former campaign chairman, was indicted in October on a host of charges, including conspiracy, money laundering and making false statements to the FBI.

The US President Donald Trump and the Russian President Vladimir Putin will hold a summit in the Finnish capital Helsinki this morning.

Lawmakers have urged President Donald Trump to cancel his summit with President Vladimir Putin of Russia following Special Counsel Robert Mueller's indictment of 12 Russian intelligence officials accused of hacking DNC servers in 2016.

Warner went on to urge the Trump administration to stop calling the Mueller probe a "witch hunt".

The indictment says the defendants also transferred stolen documents to a state lobbyist, two reporters and a group referred to as "Organization 1". I hadn't thought of that. "But I will absolutely, firmly ask the question", he added.

"Well I think we have a lot of foes. you wouldn't think of the European Union but they're a foe".

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"We do have a - a political problem where - you know in the United States we have this stupidity going on". "I think the president has made it very clear he intends to approach this discussion from a position of strength".

When asked in a television interview, "What's your goal from the Putin meeting?" Throughout at least March and April there were repeated efforts to break into about 120 Democratic National Committee, Clinton and left-leaning activists' accounts across the country. He claimed the Russians also attempted to hack into the Republican National Committee, "but we had much better defenses". "Free and fair elections are hard-fought and contentious and there will always be adversaries who work to exacerbate domestic differences and try to confuse, divide and conquer us". He has said he would raise the issue with Putin in their summit but has suggested it would be perfunctory.

"Yes", she agreed. "Because the Russians interfered".

He says he's sure that he and Putin will meet again often in the future.

All three worked out plea deals and have pledged to cooperate with the investigation. The U.S. Department of justice accused the 12 employees of the Russian special services in order to intervene in the U.S. presidential election in 2016.

"They (Russia) are not going to admit it in the same way we're not going to admit we were involved in the Ukrainian elections or the Russian elections".


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