15 October 2018

White House supports claim on Putin's tie with hacks

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The White House has suggested Russian president Vladimir Putin was directly involved in a hacking operation aimed at interfering with the US election.

Axar informs citing the BBC, Ben Rhodes, adviser to president Barack Obama, said that V. Putin maintains tight control on government operations, which suggests that he was aware.

White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest added that it was "pretty obvious" that V. Putin was involved.

Officials in Russia have repeatedly denied hacking accusations.

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