Senate Democrats: Obama should declassify information on Russian government hacks
11 monthes ago - By Washington Examiner
Senate Intel Dems press Obama to declassify more of Russian hacking probe
11 monthes ago - By Politico
Seven Democrats on the Senate Intelligence Committee are calling on the Obama administration to declassify more information about Russia's alleged interference in the U.S. election. “We believe there is additional information concerning the Russian Government and the U.S. election that should be declassified and released to the public," said the members, led by Sen. Ron Wyden , in a brief letter sent Tuesday to President Barack Obama. "We are conveying specifics through classified channels.” In October, the administration accused Moscow of deploying its hackers to target U.S. political...
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7 Senate Democrats Urge Obama To Declassify Information About Russia Meddling In US Election
11 monthes ago - By Politicus USA
Seven Senate Democrats, who all sit on the Senate Intelligence Committee, have sent a request to President Obama asking him to declassify all materials related to Russia interfering in the US presidential election.
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