American intelligence officer said he was forced to play down the Russian threat

Former head of intelligence at the US Department of Homeland Security, Chris Murphy, claims he was forced to downplay the threat of Russian interference in the November 3 presidential election, because it put Donald Trump in a bad light. Murphy filed a formal complaint against his superiors, accusing ...

CIA and State Department veterans: on protests, Trump’s chances for re-election and Russian intervention

The mass protests in the United States caused by the death of African American George Floyd had real grounds, but both local radicals and Moscow will try to use them to their advantage. This opinion is shared by the majority of American security experts from among the former military ...

“Supported Trump at the direction of the Kremlin”: US Senate announces Russian intervention in the 2016 election of the year

A US Senate report says Russia used social media to support Donald Trump in 2016 at the behest of the Kremlin. A new Senate Intelligence Committee report says Russia used social media in the 2016 U.S. presidential election ...

Attorney General Muller: 'Russia continues to interfere in the elections'

Former US special attorney Robert Mueller is convinced that Russia's attack on the American electoral system continues, with the Kremlin planning to intervene in the 2020 presidential election. Moreover, other countries are now trying to adopt the experience of the Russian Federation, Mueller said at a hearing in the committee on ...

US authorities on the example of pizza showed the Americans the danger of the Russian threat

The US Department of Homeland Security (DHS) warns that Russian agents may try to divide the Americans through heated debate - an example is the dispute over whether pineapple is a suitable pizza filling. This warning, funny at first glance, seeks to convey an important ...

How many US will allocate to counter the influence of Russia around the world

The bill, approved by the Appropriations Committee, also bans aid to countries supporting the annexation of Crimea. A key House committee has proposed allocating $ 280 billion to counter Russia's influence around the world, Voice of America writes. In addition, lawmakers propose to prohibit providing assistance to countries ...

Secret data: the Russians wanted to organize a pan-African state in the southern United States

The Russians discussed ambitious plans to foment unrest and even violence in the United States after the 2018 presidential election, according to internal documents from the Russian "troll factory" leaked to NBC News. These documents describe a new conspiracy, the purpose of which is ...

Trump's son to answer lawmakers' questions on 'Russian case'

The meeting will be closed and will take place in mid-June. The son of the American president, Donald Trump Jr., agreed at the request of lawmakers from the special intelligence committee of the US Senate to answer questions regarding the investigation of Russia's alleged interference in the 2016 elections. TASS writes about this ...

A member of the presidential family is summoned to court: this is the first time

The US Senate Intelligence Committee has summoned Donald Trump's eldest son to testify in the case of Russian interference in the elections, USA Today writes. This is the first known agenda for a member of the presidential family. Why he was called was not immediately clear. According to the source, ...

'No rework!': Mueller may speak publicly for the first time in 2 years, but Trump is against

Special Attorney Robert Mueller, who has investigated Russian interference in the American elections and possible ties of Donald Trump's campaign headquarters with the Russians, may appear at open hearings in Congress. Trump is not happy about this. On the planned testimony of Mueller on the air of the Fox TV channel said ...

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