Hacker attack during the election campaign in the United States in 2016, had indeed taken place, but there is no reason to believe that this case affected the counting of votes or affected the outcome of the vote. This statement was made by Deputy U.S. attorney Rod Rosenstein. According to him, there is no reason to believe that the hacking attack could be involved in any of Americans. It is reported by CNN.
Deputy press Secretary of the White house Lindsey Walters further specified that in the previously published accusations is not a word that the hackers could change election outcomes. “There are no allegations that the alleged hacking had affected the election results. This is consistent with what we said all the time“, she added.
We will remind, earlier the Ministry of justice told about the interference of Russian agents in the US presidential election in 2016. Was also released the names of 12 suspects Russian intelligence officers.
Resonant statement was made before the meeting of the President of the United States Donald trump with Russian President Vladimir Putin. The white house confirmed that the meeting will take place, despite calls to cancel the event.