CIA, the FBI, and NSA come together to release official finding in election manipulation

For a long time, it has been common knowledge that Russia heavily meddled in the 2016 elections that Trump won.
By Jose Jefferies | Jan 10, 2017
For a long time, it has been common knowledge that Russia heavily meddled in the 2016 elections that Trump won.

Trump has repeatedly denied any of these claims, insisting that people should accept the results. But so far each intelligence agency has been working on independent roads.

But it seems organizations have put both egos and ranking aside and come together to prove a point. Using one spooks the three organizations released n official statement insisting that they have reached the conclusion that Russia did medal in America's affairs with the aim of making Trump the president.

"We assess Russian President Vladimir Putin ordered an influence campaign in 2016 aimed at the U.S. presidential election," said the spokesperson. "Russia's goals were to undermine public faith in their U.S. democratic process, denigrate Secretary Clinton and harm her electability and the potential presidency. We further assess [that] Putin and the Russian government developed a clear preference for President-elect Trump."

Clinton did admit that at this moment there is petite that can change, but insisted that this 3lection will forever be tainted in history as one that the Russians manipulated.

Trump, on the other hand, was less bothered. He even took to his Twitter account to admit in his now way that Putin did manipulate the results. But he said that no evidence suggests that the manipulation affected the outcome of the election. However, the official document from the agencies suggests otherwise.

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