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Camille François and Alex Gibney on whether U.S. is prepared to fight foreign interference

September 21, 2020 | 9:54 PM GMT
Cyber conflict researcher Camille François says there has been progress in the American government's efforts to fight against foreign interference efforts since the 2016 election, but “Agents of Chaos” director Alex Gibney says there are aspects of the Trump administration that are not interested in curtailing Russian interference. “In 2016, Donald Trump was very active in saying if he was going to lose, it meant that the election was rigged. We know that the Russians in 2016 embedded themselves…to cast doubt on the ultimate result…Once again you see Donald Trump casting doubt in 2020 on whether or not the elections will be fair, particularly if he doesn't win."