WASHINGTON - Donald Trump has indicated in a statement that he will table next week with US intelligence on their findings that Russia would have interfered with the presidential election. Earlier always Trump made the alleged interference off as nonsense.
Russia would have hacked the emails of the Democratic Party in order to have influence on the outcome of the presidential election. President Barack Obama announced Thursday sanctions against Russia. So put the US government 35 Russians who would work the land for the intelligence out.
In his first statement after the announced sanctions against Russia, Trump said: 'It is time for the country to move on to bigger and better things. Nevertheless, in the interest of our country and our people, I will be next week, let me inform the leaders of the intelligence service. So I am completely aware of the facts of the situation. '