Published On: Fri, Jul 7th, 2017

No Proof Is There That Foreign Actors Outside Of Russia Meddled In Election; Clapper Said

President Donald Trump said that other countries interfere in election besides Russia but former director of national intelligence James Clapper said that there is no evidence that foreign countries are involved in election meddling.


Donald Trump made a statement that Russia is not involved in the 2016 election meddling, according to him outside actors interfere in the election.

they have a impact on results but to say that Russia is there in changing the decision that is not true and on other side James Clapper said at a news that he is saying wrong because there is no evidence against foreign actors.

There is a great drama about the 2016 election till now that Russia helped the Donald Trump to win the 2016 election against Hilary Clinton.

It was said that before election Clinton was in strong position and it was hoping that she will be new president of America but after election results, it declared that Donald Trump is most powerful man in the world as president.

FBI is investigating the case, Donald Trump as president has dismissed the FBI director James Comey who was investigating case of Russia’s connection with 2016 election by saying that he has provided the wrong data to parliament about Clinton emails.

James Clapper is the former director of national intelligence and a retired lieutenant general in the United States Air Force; he spoke to CNN’s Jim Sciutto on The Situation Room that he is still confident that Russia is involved in meddling the election.

He said that there is no evidence about the other countries that they are involved in changing the results of 2016 election as Donald Trump said and according to him there is no one other than Russia in election meddling.

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