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Psaki informs TikTok influencers Russia ‘hacked our political election’ in 2016

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Psaki tells TikTok influencers Russia ‘hacked our political election’ in 2016

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White Home press secretary Jen Psaki spoke to prominent users of the Chinese social networks platform TikTok on Thursday, where she asserted that the Russian government “hacked” the 2016 united state presidential election.During an instruction

for TikTok influencers regarding Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, Psaki kept in mind that unlike previous polite disputes with Russia, the U.S. government has declassified info appropriate to the general public.” The finest remedy to disinformation is the reality. And among the large steps we’ve taken, as well as decided to make, is declassify info over the program of the last numerous months,” Psaki told the team. RUSSIA GETS INTO UKRAINE: LIVE UPDATES” If you look back at 2014

, and frankly also 2016, when Russia attacked Ukraine as well as then

in 2016, when they, you know, of course, hacked our political election here, we did not do that, we did not declassify details, “Psaki informed the team of influencers.While Russian cyberpunks were behind the stealing of emails from Democratic officials like John Podesta, there is no evidence that they damaged election results as part of the 2016 hacking spree.< source media =" (max-width: 767px )" srcset=" https://a57.foxnews.com/static.foxnews.com/foxnews.com/content/uploads/2022/02/1470/828/caa33b0a-White-House-Jen-Psaki.jpg?ve=1&tl=1 2x

White House press secretary Jen Psaki speaks during a press briefing at the White House, Wednesday, Feb. 16, 2022, in Washington. (AP Photo/Patrick Semansky)

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FOX NEWS APP “I think we have actually currently constructed

up a little reputation, we definitely were not weeping wolf here. And also every action we predicted the Russians were mosting likely to take, they have actually taken,” the official said. “So ideally that has actually aided cut down the reliability of their disinformation. But it is still a day-to-day battle where we’re continuously attempting to knock down things they are claiming, allegations they are making that have no basis in truth whatsoever.” A recording of the White House briefing was published on the internet by a Washington Blog post reporter. Released at Fri, 11 Mar 2022 17:39:06 -0500

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