The US President-elect Donald trump
Donald trump admitted that he “learned a lot” at the meeting with heads of us intelligence. The elected President submitted a classified version of the report about the “Russian interference” in the elections
The US President-elect Donald trump in a short interview to Associated Press said that learned a lot at the meeting with the leadership of U.S. intelligence, where he presented 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, did he claim that Russia interfered in the elections of the US President, trump has not responded.
In the previous statement of trump, which was made immediately after the meeting, said that the meeting was “constructive”. He noted that the attempted attacks had no effect on the elections.
“While Russia, China, other countries and private groups and people are constantly trying to break through cyberinfrastructure our state institutions, enterprises and organizations, including the National Committee of the Democratic party, had absolutely no effect on the outcome of the election, and there was no hacking of the voting machines,” — said in a statement trump, which was quoted by the Agency Reuters.
Trump also promised that within 90 days after take the post of President of the United States, will form the team that will develop a plan for countering cyber attacks.
Elected Vice-President Mike Pence later said that trump will take aggressive steps against cyber attacks in the first days of his taking office.