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USA], Mar 7 ( ANI ): United States President Donald Trump on Tuesday claimed that he was not worried about Russia's possible meddling in the upcoming midterm elections later this year and asserted that he would 'counteract' any attempt made by Russia to stop them from meddling in the elections.
Sixty-six percent of Americans also said that tech companies have a "major responsibility" to prevent meddling in the elections, Axios reported, but less than 50 percent said they trust the companies to do so.
He also denied favoring a South Korean firm over another supplier and has vowed to resign if there is evidence showing such meddling.
Speaking at a news conference, Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein said there was no allegation that any American was not 'a knowing participant in this illegal activity" nor was it alleged that the meddling altered the election outcome.
Trump added, 'Now that Adam Schiff is starting to blame President Obama for Russian meddling in the election, he is probably doing so as yet another excuse that the Democrats, led by their fearless leader, Crooked Hillary Clinton, lost the 2016 election.
Now that Adam Schiff is starting to blame President Obama for Russian meddling in the election, he is probably doing so as yet another excuse that the Democrats, lead by their fearless leader, Crooked Hillary Clinton, lost the 2016 election," Trump wrote.
Choi Soon-sil was found guilty of abuse of power, bribery and meddling in state affairs by the Seoul central district court, and the judge, Kim Se-yoon, said: "The accused is sentenced to 20 years in prison.
This is not definitive proof that the Russians are meddling, or continuing to meddle, in U.
Global Banking News-January 12, 2018--Proposed Fed head urged to prevent president from meddling on Deutsche Bank
RUSSIAN cyber attacks on the UK will be probed by parliament as concerns about the Kremlin's meddling hits "critical levels".
DAYS before returning home from a whirlwind trip to Asia, Donald Trump has gone back on the defensive over Russian election meddling and taunted the leader of North Korea.
investigations into Moscow's meddling in the 2016 presidential election, ended his tenure on Saturday.