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Obama So Sure Clinton Would Win, He Didn't Stop Russian Meddling

26 June 2017

The CIA gave him information on Russian Federation a long time before they even - before the election....

"The reason that President Obama did NOTHING about Russian Federation after being notified by the Central Intelligence Agency of meddling is that he expected Clinton would win", Trump tweeted, following it with: "...and did not want to "rock the boat". To me - in other words, the question is, if he had the information, why didn't he do something about it?

In a storm of morning tweets, Trump charged that his predecessor "colluded and obstructed" by failing to act after the Central Intelligence Agency informed him Russian President Vladimir Putin personally ordered an operation to help defeat Trump's Democratic rival Hillary Clinton in the November vote. He should have done something about it.

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U.S. President Donald Trump said Monday that he thinks his predecessor, former President Barack Obama, did not react to Russian meddling in last year's election when he learned of it because he thought Trump's challenger, Democrat Hillary Clinton, would win. But you don't read that.

Obama made a "very serious mistake" in not doing more about Russia's intervention in the presidential election campaign, Schiff, the top-ranking Democrat on the House Intelligence Committee, said Sunday. "Focus on them, not T!" he said in a Twitter posting to his 32.8 million followers.

Conway was referring to a quotation in the article by a former senior Obama administration official involved in the Russian Federation discussions who said the Obama White House's handling of the Russian Federation hacking was "the hardest thing" for him to defend from his time in government, and added, "I feel like we sort of choked". "This is why the Trump administration has been saying, let's get a special counsel, let's actually really investigate what's happening here". He feels it could have been better if Americans were informed about the extent of the Russian intrusion.

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Third, if Trump is going to blame Obama and his team for not responding aggressively enough, he might also want to have a chat with congressional Republican leaders - who were notified and who refused to take the matter seriously.

On Friday, Democrats, who were on the same page with Trump, accused former President Obama for failing to act following the report by the Washington Post. Sure, the amateur president has a steep learning curve, and he appears to struggle to keep up with current events.

Some top Democrats have begun downplaying Russian Federation in response to the Washington Post report.

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Obama So Sure Clinton Would Win, He Didn't Stop Russian Meddling