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Clapper says denying Russia interfered in the election 'helps the Russians'
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Former director of national intelligence James Clapper was asked on May 8, about misdirection from administration officials, including President Trump, over who interfered with the 2016 presidential election. He said that "helps the Russians by obfuscating who was actually responsible."
Former director of national intelligence James Clapper was asked on May 8, about misdirection from administration officials, including President Trump, over who interfered with the 2016 presidential election. He said that "helps the Russians by obfuscating who was actually responsible."
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