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The one thing we do know is that the Russians had a very organized effort to try to intervene in our elections. They tampered with 21 states' electoral systems, they used social media platforms. These are great, iconic American companies, they've changed our lives for the better. I want them to be successful.
But there is also a dark underbelly that’s been created. The Russians used it this past election. We’ve got to make sure on a going forward basis these companies work with us, I think, to help disclose, particularly when we see foreign countries try to influence directly our political advertising.
As a pro-tech guy, somebody who is in the tech business longer than I’ve been in politics, I think we need to take the lightest touch possible. But the basic requirement that there ought to be the same disclosure for political ads on the Internet that exist for ads that appear on your show, I think, makes sense.