Conway: No Evidence That Russian Hacking Affected Election Result
Kellyanne Conway joined guest host Eric Bolling on "The O'Reilly Factor" tonight to react a new declassified report from the Office of the Director of National Intelligence that says Russian President Vladimir Putin directly ordered Russian meddling in the U.S. presidential election.
The report said that the Russian government had a "clear preference" for President-elect Donald Trump, and sought to "denigrate" Hillary Clinton.
Conway, a senior advisor to Trump, said that we know that Russia and other foreign governments are always attempting to hack us, but there's no evidence that it had any effect on the outcome of the presidential election.
"Did one vote move because of this?" Conway said. "There is no clear evidence of that. It did not move any of the votes."
She said that the Trump team believes that this intelligence report was politically motivated.
She explained that's because the Russia hacking issue is being made into a big story now, as opposed to during the campaign, in an effort to delegitimize Trump before he even takes office.
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