US intelligence has completed work on a secret report on the intervention in the elections, learned ABC News. Barack Obama, as expected, it will be presented on Thursday in the afternoon
A secret report prepared at the request of President Barack Obama alleged Russia’s role in cyber attacks during the elections in the United States, was completed. It is expected to be presented to Obama on Thursday in the afternoon (evening Moscow time). About it reports TV channel ABC News , citing senior sources.
This report will present the elected President of the United States Donald Trump is expected on Friday. Both the briefing, according to sources, will be conducted by heads of intelligence agencies, including National intelligence, the national security Agency (NSA), Federal Bureau of investigation (FBI) and Central intelligence Agency (CIA).
Sources familiar with the contents of the report, noted that its public version will publish until next Monday. On the same day, the report will be submitted to Congress.
According to the publication, unclassified version will be much less revealing.
The head of the CIA, John Brennan stated that the secret report on the alleged cyber attacks on political parties, the United States will be dedicated only to Russia. According to Brennan, is “a comprehensive and exhaustive report” on what happened during the election, and “engagement” of Russia in the political process of the United States. As noted by the head of the CIA, the report focuses on “what Russia is doing and how we found out about it”.
On the eve of his Twitter trump called “very strange” the fact that the intelligence report is postponed until Friday, January 6th. “Intelligence report on so-called Russian hackers postponed until Friday. You may need more time to prepare the case. Very strange!” — wrote trump.
The “Intelligence” briefing on the so-called “Russian hacking” was delayed until Friday, perhaps more time needed to build a case. Very strange!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) January 4, 2017
Prior to that, trump said that not sure about the Russian involvement in cyber attacks.