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During a joint press conference with Swedish Prime Minister Stefan Löfven, President Donald Trump responded to a question about Russian election meddling.

A Swedish reporter asked Trump about Russian efforts to interfere in American elections.

Trump said the Russians had "no impact [on] our votes [in 2016] whatsoever."

Trump declared that the Russians meddled in the election and that his administration is doing a "very deep study" on how to prevent such interference in the 2018 midterms.

The president added that the U.S. should retrovert its voting systems to allow for additional paper balloting as a backup against cyber-interference.

"We'll counteract whatever they do," he added.


On Monday, Rep. Adam Schiff (D-Calif.), the top Democrat on the House Intelligence Committee, called it a "dereliction of duty" that Trump reportedly has not held a cabinet meeting on safeguards for the 2018 election.

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