There was a Report that the present President of US Barack Obama demanded on the hacking sequences that had a great draw back and pre-electional effects. Which includes the hacking done to Hillary Clinton’s e-mail and posting it directly to the view of public by the hacker Via WikiLeak. Based on this news came that the Russian hackers were the one holding the biggest cause of Donald Trump’s Victory in the Presidential Election against Hillary Clinton.
As a result of this, the CIA made an investigation on the Hacking. During the investigation, CIA was not able to provide the conclusive evidences, that Moscow was the one who intended to hack the Election Committee and other Congress staff’s e-mails. Where the Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI) showed up, when Trump said that the CIA’s report was “ridiculous” and emphasizing that there is no single evidence to prove it.
Russia and Trump kept continuous denial on the report produced by the CIA. Then an ODNI spokesman declined to comment on the report produced by the CI. The ODNI, as we know has 17 agencies overseas is the strongest US intelligence community.
They also made a statement “ODNI is not arguing that the agency (CIA) is wrong, only that they could not prove that intent”. Also, one of three US Official says that “Of Couse they can’t as the absent agent of the decision-making in Moscow”.
James Clapper established ODNI after the attack on Sept.11, 2001, by the recommendation of the commission that investigated the attack. This agency was created as there was no enough intelligence in the previous commission and recommending to improve the office’s intelligence.
The accusing of US over Russia for hacking was made in October, for the cyber-crime they made before Nov.08, 2016 of Presidential election. Even after Barack Obama the President of United States made frequent warnings to the President of Russia Vladimir Putin about the consequences of the attacks.
In which, the CIA made the report clear of the hacking made by Russia was a confirm chaos before the Presidential election. Which was not disclosed to the public as the Homeland Security Assistant Monaco said to the reporter in the breakfast arranged by the charity makers.
But, there is nothing we need to know as the e-mails and other details that were hacked from the Congress men and Hillary Clinton were already being posted to the public for their view. More over there is nothing Russia can do now to prove for their impeccable act in the Presidential election scam. All that we need to know now is will Donald Trump the elected President of the United States will survive this accused act of Russia.
The CIA conclusion was a “judgment based on the fact that Russian entities hacked both Democrats and Republicans and only the Democratic information was leaked,” one of the three officials said on Monday.
“(It was) a thin reed upon which to base an analytical judgment,” the official added.
Republican Senator John McCain said on Monday there was “no information” that Russian hacking of American political organizations was aimed at swaying the outcome of the election.
“It’s obvious that the Russians hacked into our campaigns,” McCain said. “But there is no information that they were intending to affect the outcome of our election and that’s why we need a congressional investigation,” he told Reuters.
McCain questioned an assertion made on Sunday by Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus, tapped by Trump to be his White House chief of staff, that there were no hacks of computers belonging to Republican organizations.
“Actually, because Mr. Priebus said that doesn’t mean it’s true,” said McCain. “We need a thorough investigation of it, whether both (Democratic and Republican organizations) were hacked into, what the Russian intentions were. We cannot draw a conclusion yet. That’s why we need a thorough investigation.”
In an angry letter sent to ODNI chief Clapper on Monday, House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes said he was “dismayed” that the top U.S. intelligence official had not informed the panel of the CIA’s analysis and the difference between its judgment and the FBI’s assessment.
Noting that Clapper in November testified that intelligence agencies lacked strong evidence linking Russian cyber attacks to the WikiLeaks disclosures, Nunes asked that Clapper, together with CIA and FBI counterparts, brief the panel by Friday on the latest intelligence assessment of Russian hacking during the election campaign.