Russia Sees Midterm Elections as Chance to Sow Fresh Discord, Intelligence Chiefs Warn

By nytimes.news
2018.02.14. 03:46
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As the midterm elections approach, Russia is likely to throw more propaganda at Americans in an effort to deepen political divisions, American intelligence chiefs said.



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