Monday, December 12, 2016

A senior FBI counterintelligence official scoffed at CIA’s conclusion Russia had plotted to put Trump in office, calling the evidence “fuzzy” and “ambiguous.”

Via Billy

CIA veterans—none of them fans of Donald Trump–are urging caution about leaked allegations that Russia waged a secret campaign to put the New York Republican into the White House.

“I am not saying that I don't think Russia did this,” Nada Bakos, a top former CIA counterterrorism officer tells Newsweek, in a typical comment. “My main concern is that we will rush to judgment. The analysis needs to be cohesive and done the right way.”

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