Obama: GOP's view of Russia blinded by partisanship Obama: "Public shaming" won't deter Russia from future cyberattacks Obama: Russian hacking "shouldn't be the source of an argument" Obama: The blood in Aleppo is on Russia's hands Clinton: The press didn't help me enough in reporting about Russian hacks FBI, DNI back CIA judgment Russia meddled in 2016 election and favored Trump, according to U.S. intelligence sources .@POTUS: Russia is contrary to everything we stand for. .@POTUS: The Russians can't weaken us. .@POTUS says our goal is to send a message to Russia not to do this to us, "because we can do stuff to you" Obama: I told Putin directly to "cut it out" Obama: Our goal is to send a clear message to Russia not to do this to us because "we can do stuff to you." President Obama calls the threat of Russian hacking "a bipartisan issue" President Obama defends how the White House handled Russian hacking Obama warns against turning Russian hacking into a "political football" In discussion with donors, Hillary Clinton addresses election loss and Vladimir Putin's "personal beef" with her FBI and DNI have backed CIA view that Russia intervened to help Trump win election Pamela Anderson sees no reason why not to obtain Russian passportRussia's National Guard members complain about sixfold decrease in salaries. US Army begins prepositioning heavy armor in Netherlands as part of response to more belligerent Russia actionsPutin visit to Japan produces no breakthrough on Russia-Japan dispute over Kurile Islands/Northern TerritoriesOne of Russian GLONASS satellites failedPres.-elect Trump in denial as evidence grows spymaster Putin was behind U.S. election hacks Trump pick once suggested that Putin should hack Clinton's emails if State wouldn't release them President Obama says he spoke directly to Vladimir Putin about Russia's hacking and that the US will strike back.The GOP is on the brink of a new Cold War over whether to work with Russia Hillary Clinton says Putin grudge led Russia to hack Democratic organizations during 2016 election The investigation on the extent of Russian cyberattacks and the apparent role of the Russian presidentRussian President Vladimir Putin calls for Syria ceasefire as Aleppo evacuations continue Sources: Intel shows Russia's Putin approved election hacking President Obama is promising action after Russia’s interference in the presidential election

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16 December 2016
Obama: "Public shaming" won't deter Russia from future cyberattacks
Obama: Russian hacking "shouldn't be the source of an argument"
Obama: The blood in Aleppo is on Russia's hands
Clinton: The press didn't help me enough in reporting about Russian hacks
FBI, DNI back CIA judgment Russia meddled in 2016 election and favored Trump, according to U.S. intelligence sources
.@POTUS: Russia is contrary to everything we stand for.
.@POTUS: The Russians can't weaken us.
.@POTUS says our goal is to send a message to Russia not to do this to us, "because we can do stuff to you"
Obama: I told Putin directly to "cut it out"
Obama: Our goal is to send a clear message to Russia not to do this to us because "we can do stuff to you."
President Obama calls the threat of Russian hacking "a bipartisan issue"
President Obama defends how the White House handled Russian hacking
Obama warns against turning Russian hacking into a "political football"
In discussion with donors, Hillary Clinton addresses election loss and Vladimir Putin's "personal beef" with her
Pamela Anderson sees no reason why not to obtain Russian passport
Pres.-elect Trump in denial as evidence grows spymaster Putin was behind U.S. election hacks
President Obama says he spoke directly to Vladimir Putin about Russia's hacking and that the US will strike back.
The GOP is on the brink of a new Cold War over whether to work with Russia
Hillary Clinton says Putin grudge led Russia to hack Democratic organizations during 2016 election
The investigation on the extent of Russian cyberattacks and the apparent role of the Russian president
Russian President Vladimir Putin calls for Syria ceasefire as Aleppo evacuations continue
Sources: Intel shows Russia's Putin approved election hacking
President Obama is promising action after Russia’s interference in the presidential election