Russia already trying to undermine the 2018 elections, top spies say

By usatoday.washington
2018.02.13. 23:27
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The nation’s top spies told Congress Tuesday that Russia has taken steps to influence the 2018 U.S. midterm elections and plans to harness an arsenal of propaganda, social media, false personas, other means of influence to try to meddle.

        



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