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>> The Obama administration is expected to announce Thursday, a series of retaliatory measures against Russia for trying to sway the US election through a series of hacks. Those measures could include additional sanctions, criminal indictments, or the leaking of information to embarrass Russian leaders. Reuters correspondent, Dustin.>> But this is an important step for the Obama administration.
It's coming just days before Obama is going to leave office, and President-elect Trump is going to be inaugurated. And an interesting question to look at going forward is, whether or not Trump is going to seek to reverse any decisions the Obama administration takes against Russia for the hacking.
>> The FBI, CIA, and office of Director of National Intelligence all agree Russia was behind computer attacks into the Democratic Party in order to help President-elect Donald Trump defeat Democrat Hillary Clinton. But Trump has rejected those findings, casting doubt on US intelligence.>> I think we ought to get on with our lives.
The whole age of computer has made it where nobody knows exactly what's going on.>> Russia meanwhile, vowed Wednesday to retaliate in the event of new sanctions.