Interim DNC chair Brazile seems to contradict Obama’s hacking comments


The interim Democratic National Committee chair Donna Brazile said Sunday that the Cyber-attacks against the party occurred every day until the end of the election.

“They came after us all days until the end of the election. She’s trying to repeatedly hack into our system,” Brazile added.

Brazile, the comments were posted on ABC News’ “The week”, and were apparently irreconcilable, what President Barack Obama said on Friday when he revealed that the hacking was stopped in September, after he met with Russian President Vladimir Putin during an international summit and urged him to “cut it out.”

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Obama stopped short to say Putin himself orchestrated the Russian hackers in the American political sites during the election – but he wanted to say, it was done at the highest levels of the Kremlin.

The Democrat, Hillary Clinton has cited a more direct Russian intervention. She said on Thursday, “Vladimir Putin himself headed the covert cyber-attacks against our electoral system, against our democracy, apparently because he has a personal Problem against me.”

Obama has publicly, that the theory.

Brazile also blasted President elected Donald Trump claimed that he used the hacked E-Mails were published, to share to the public in the country during the campaign.

“The E-Mails were offensive. Donald Trump uses this information in the ways, also sow division. I was very disappointed in his repeated use of some of the stolen information. He used it as if he got the daily talking points,” she said.

Brazile doesn’t hit the full blame on Russia. She acknowledged that the DNC itself was partly to blame for the loss, because the Committee in a vulnerable position.

“There is no question, I took full responsibility. I spent the entire month of July, all, August, apologized for the leaks,” she said.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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