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>> A bombshell report on a highly classified NSA document raising a host of new questions Tuesday about just how far Russia may have intruded into last year's presidential race. Reuters cyber security reporter Dustin Volz confirming the authenticity of the document published by the intercept website which led to the arrest of NSA contractor Reality Winner for leaking it.
>> For the first time we have classified documents from the National Security Agency published that show some of the private conclusions reached about Russia's attempts to interfere in the 2016 presidental election. Specifically this document shows that a election software vendor was actually hacked by what is believed to be Russian intelligence services.
And that was then used to conduct a spear fishing campaign days before the November election against more than 100 local election officials. The article makes clear and officials have told us that this again does not appear to show any evidence of actual vote manipulation during the election. But the document is reigniting concerns about Russia's role in the election.
>> On Tuesday, Virginia Senator, Mark Warner, the top Democrat on the Senate Intelligence Committee telling USA Today the extent of Russian hacking is even broader than in the NSA Report. Involving more states than previously known. The Justice Department on Monday charged Winner, who worked for the NSA in Augusta, Georgia, with removing classified material from a government facility.
Investigators said she printed the document and emailed it from her work computer. On Tuesday, The Intercept saying it had no knowledge of who might be the source of the document, suggesting it may have been sent anonymously.