From vendetta to corruption: CIA believes Vladimir Putin aware of Russia hacking in US elections 2016

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Los Angeles : The US intelligence officials now believe that the Presidential elections were hacked by none other than Russian President Vladimir Putin. Senior officials believe that Putin personally involved in the covert Russian campaign to interfere in the U.S. presidential election.

Reports regarding new intelligence shows that Putin personally directed how hacked material from Democrats was leaked and otherwise used.

Officials also claimed that The intelligence came from diplomatic sources and spies working for U.S. allies, the officials said.

According intelligence sources, what began as a "vendetta" against Hillary Clinton soon turned into a show of corruption in American politics and split the image of America in front of world.

Also Read: US elections 2016 hacked? Russian hackers acted to aid Trump, US intelligence agencies say

Well, the CIA has reached the conclusion that Russian government wanted to elect Donald Trump and got succeeded in doing so.

The FBI and other agencies don't fully endorse that view, but lets see how things proceed in upcoming days.

Michael McFaul, who was ambassador to Russia from 2012 to 2014, said, “Only Russia's senior-most officials could have authorized these activities. It is most certainly consistent with the Putin that I have watched and used to work with when I was an ambassador and in the government. He has had a vendetta against Hillary Clinton, that has been known for a long time because of what she said about his elections back in the parliamentary elections of 2011. He wants to discredit American democracy and make us weaker in terms of leading the liberal democratic order. And most certainly he likes President-elect Trump's views on Russia."

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