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Clapper: Intel community 'cast doubt on the legitimacy' of Trump's victory

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The former director of National Intelligence, James Clapper , said that the intelligence community's conclusion that Russians sought to influence the 2016 election 'cast doubt on the legitimacy' of President Trump's victory, in a CNN interview on Friday night. Clapper oversaw the January report that concluded, in a consensus between the CIA, NSA and FBI, that Russia carried out a deliberate and multifaceted attempt to influence the 2016 U.S. presidential election. The report found convincing evidence that Russia had specifically worked to aid Donald Trump in winning the presidency. 

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