The future chief of staff of the White house staff Raines Pribus
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The future chief of staff of the White house staff Raines Priebus said that the administration of Donald trump will take any measures against Russia in connection with accusations of cyber attacks and interference in elections
This Priebus said in an interview with Fox News channel.
“I think he [trump] has taken note of the outcome of the investigation. He does not deny that this particular hacker attack was Russia,” — said Priebus.
According to Primus, in connection with these charges against Russia “can be taken”.
After meeting with the leaders of the intelligence the US President-elect Donald trump admitted that it was constructive. He also stated that learned a lot at this meeting, where he was briefed on a classified version of the report about the “Russian interference” in the elections.
“It was a really great meeting, I really liked these people,” he said. “I learned a lot, and I guess they, too,” added the President-elect. Read more about what kind of data it had before, trump has not told, having noted only that I learned a lot of “secret things.”
To a direct question, whether he agreed with allegations that Russia interfered in the elections of the US President, trump did not respond.
Earlier, the trump several times skeptical about the results of the investigation of us intelligence of hacking into the computers of the Democratic party. On Saturday he once again expressed the need to establish with Russia a good relationship. “To have good relations with Russia is good, not bad. Only “stupid” people think it’s bad,” trump wrote on Twitter.
Trump noted that both countries have enough problems in the world. He added that when he becomes President, Russia will “respect the (USA. — RBC) much more than respect now, and both countries might work together to solve some of the serious and urgent problems of global importance.”
23 December President of Russia Vladimir Putin sent Trump a letterin which he expressed the hope that both countries, “acting in a constructive and pragmatic way”, will be able to take “real steps to restore the bilateral cooperation in various fields”. Trump responded by indicating that the letter contains “right idea”.