President-elect, Donald Trump, in an exclusive interview with “Fox News Sunday,” decried as “ridiculous” the CIA assessment reported that Russia intervened in the election to boost his candidacy – describe the assessment than another “excuse” pushed to explain the Democrats ‘ victory may be upset.
“It’s just another excuse. I don’t believe it,” Trump said. “… Every week a different excuse. We had a massive landslide victory, as you know, in the Electoral College.”
Trump spoke with Fox News’ Chris Wallace in the President-elect, the first Sunday show interview since winning the election.
He spoke in detail about his Cabinet selection process, defended his decision to tap several military generals during the preview of an announcement soon about his Secretary of state choice. He also vowed to “clean” and “speed” – state agencies, with or without the dismantling President Obama’s legacy.
But during the stay careful not to criticize personally to the President about his intelligence services’ analysis of foreign cyber-interference in the elections, Trump made it clear that he this contradicts your assessment so far.
“No one really knows, and hacking is very interesting. Once you chop, if you don’t you don’t catch them in the act they are to catch you,” he said. “You have no idea whether it is Russia or China or someone. It could be someone who sits in a bed, any place.”
The trump card in response to a Washington Post report that the CIA’s castle in a secret assessment that Russia interfered in the race to increase the trump card, not only undermine confidence in the system.
Secret services, according to reports, individuals found to be connected to the Russian government, WikiLeaks-E-Mails hacked from the Democratic National Committee, and Hillary Clinton campaign Chairman John Podesta, although not “specific intelligence”, the Kremlin officials led the activity.
The assessment was, together with the most important senators.
Shortly before the interview with Trump, the Russia of interference reports broadcast on Sunday, a bipartisan group of senators described as serious.
“For years, foreign adversary Cyber attacks on America, the physical, economic, and military infrastructure have been addressed, while stealing our intellectual property. Now, our democratic institutions have been addressed. The recent reports of Russian interference in our election should Ariz alarm every American,” Sens. John McCain, R -.; Lindsey Graham, R-S. C.; Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., and Jack Reed, Dr. I., said in a statement.
“… Democrats and Republicans need to work together, and to investigate on the application of the lines of the Congress, whether these recent incidents thoroughly and develop comprehensive solutions for the deterrence and defense against further Cyber-attacks. This can not issue to a political party. The stakes are too high for our country.”
In the midst of the CIA’s findings, which the White house confirmed Friday that President Obama has ordered his intelligence services to conduct a full review of the chop in the election of 2016 and present their findings before he leaves office.
Trump’s transition team, said, “ended a long time ago” and “it’s time to go now.”
WikiLeaks’ Julian Assange has said already, the Russian government was the source.
Trump and his supporters point to ambiguities in the inner intelligence and law enforcement authorities in the argument that Russia is not its role clear.
In fact, the Post later reported that, while the CIA pointed to Russia, a senior FBI official suggested, the legislature, the Agency and office were on the same side of the case.
In an interview with “Fox News Sunday,” Trump said: “there is a great deal of confusion.”
He went so far as to claim that “Democrats are out to you, because you suffered one of the biggest defeats in the history of politics in this country.”
Trump said that could be efforts in the political, adding Democrats are “very embarrassing.”