US intelligence published a report about the “Russian interference” in the elections

US intelligence published a report about the “Russian interference” in the elections

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Dni’s office is putting US posted on the public access to the unclassified version of the report about the “Russian interference” in the elections. The document has secret version, which was previously represented by Barack Obama and Donald Trump

U.S. intelligence on Friday, January 6, published the unclassified version of the report about the “Russian interference” in the elections, reports Reuters. The document published on the website of the Office of the Director of National intelligence (ODNI).

In particular, the document says that U.S. intelligence has “high confidence” believes that the President of Russia Vladimir Putin ordered to launch a campaign of intervention in the US presidential election.

According to U.S. intelligence, Russian President, had the objective “to undermine people’s faith in American democracy, to tarnish Hillary Clinton, to hurt her presidential campaign and to thwart its potential victory in the elections.” “In addition, we believe that Putin and the Russian government clearly preferred the election trump. When Moscow became clear that Clinton is likely to win the election, the Russian campaign focused on undermining her expected presidency,” the report says.

In its report, the intelligence also reports that “with high confidence” GRU used the hacker Guccifer 2.0, and sites DCLeaks.com and WikiLeaks, to make public the stolen during a cyber attack data and disseminate them in the media.

“Guccifer 2.0, which argued that an independent Romanian hacker who repeatedly throughout the presidential race has made contradictory and false statements about its likely Russian supplies. Reports show that several people testified that Guccifer 2.0 had contact with journalists,” the report said.

The document also States that active work with WikiLeaks led TV RT. Intelligence notes that in 2013, the chief editor of RT met with WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange in the Ecuadorian Embassy in London.

“We believe that Moscow will use the lessons learned from
the campaign for intervention in the US elections
for future attempts to influence on the United States and other countries, including American allies and their electoral processes,” – said us intelligence, claiming that Russia is “seeking to influence elections in Europe”.

A few hours earlier, the leaders of the American intelligence submitted a classified version of the report about “Russian intervention” in U.S. elections” elected President of the United States Donald Trump. At the end of the meeting, trump said that it was “constructive”. Elected head of state said that cyber attacks had had any effect on the election. However, he promised that will make the team, katora will develop a plan to prevent cyberattacks.

A day earlier, the secret part of the report was presented to Barack Obama. Is Obama who earlier instructed the intelligence community to prepare a similar report.

Accusations against Russia over its alleged interference in the election has repeatedly heard from Hillary Clinton, the intelligence officials, the Obama administration. Moscow denies all charges.