President-elect Trump continues to cast doubt on Russia cyberattack

collected by :suzan mory follow all news in” technology games” from different sites to most famous technicals / by 2017-01-03 at 21:16 according to Political retribution? Trump press sec questions Russia sanctions, brings up unanswered ‘China hack’ — RT America – The incoming White House Press Secretary, Sean Spicer, said it makes him wonder if President Obama’s anti-Russian measures were “political retribution,” given that a massive hack of federal data in 2015 linked to China saw “not one thing happen” in response.Spicer brought into question the magnitude of the new sanctions approved by Barack Obama, which included the expulsion of 35 diplomats and the closing of two diplomatic facilities while speaking to ABC’s This Week program hosted by Jonathan Karl and aired on Sunday.READ MORE: ‘I always knew he was smart’ – Trump responds to Putin’s reaction to sanctions“I think one of the questions that we have is, ‘Why the magnitude of this?’ I mean you look at 35 people being expelled, two sites being closed down, the question is, ‘Is that response in proportion to the actions taken?’ Maybe it was, maybe it wasn’t – but you have to think about that,” Spicer said, adding later, “If you look at our history, you haven’t seen a response like that in modern history for any action.”Read moreDonald Trump’s team member then went on to contrast Obama’s decision with the apparent lack of action on what has been branded the biggest security breach in US government history, when millions of federal employees had their unique fingerprint records stolen.. read more from here President-elect Trump continues to cast doubt on Russia cyberattack – President-elect Donald Trump is expressing more doubt that Russian hackers interfered with the U.S. election.He claims to have insider information about the cyberattacks and wants intelligence agencies to answer his questions.Mr. Trump also argues that “no computer is safe” from hacking.. read more from here Trump spokesman Sean Spicer casts doubt on Intel report on Russia hacks – (CNN) The President-elect’s incoming press secretary, Sean Spicer, clashed Monday with CNN host Alisyn Camerota, casting doubt on a US intelligence assessment that suggests Russia directed hacks on the Democratic National Committee in order to sway the presidential race in favor of Donald Trump.”This report that everyone keeps talking about is not final,” Spicer said, speaking on CNN’s “New Day.”The “intelligence community is talking about wrapping it up later this week
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