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What is the president going to do about it? What is he specifically doing about the fact that Russia interfered with our election and has every intention, we are told, of doing it again? What is he doing about it?>> Look just week the Department of Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen met with a number of relevant stakeholders.
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They are discussing this process and going through, and looking every single day at the best ways forward. Everybody wants to blame this on the Trump Administration, let's not Forget that this happened under the Obama administration.>> It was over a year ago, what's he done about it?>> We have spent a lot of time working on cyber security, focusing on protecting the fairness on our elections.
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And we're gonna continue to impose consequences, in response to Russian cyber attacks. Just last week, we called out Russia by name. It was one of the first times you've seen something like that take place, or things like that.>>
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] Putin about this. He hasn't even called out Putin.
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He criticized Obama, he criticized the FBI, he didn't even criticize Vladimir Putin.>> He has been tougher on Russia in the first year than Obama was in eight years combined.
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