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donald trump contradicted that consensus, said it could have been china, a lot of different groups. you feel russia was responsible. >> absolutely. although the conclusions we rendered were the same as in the highly classified reported in the unclassified. lot of the substantiation for that could not be put in the unclassified report because of sensitivity of it. to me the evidence was overwhelming and compelling that the russians did this. >> did it serve any purpose for high officials like the president to say it could have been somebody else, could have been china. does that help us or does that help russia? >> i guess it could be if you rationalized that helped them by obfuscating who was responsible? >> thank you, general, good to have you here. >> thank you, mister chairman. i want to thank both you and the ranking member for this hearing, these hearings and i want to thank general clapper and attorney general yates for appearing today. the intelligence community have concluded, all 17 of them that russia interfered with the election and we know that. >> as i pointed out in m
china or a lot of different groups. do you feel russia was responsible? absolut >> absolutely. and regretly, although the conclusions that we rendered were the same as in the highly classified report as in thee unclassified, unfortunately a lot of the substantiation for that could not be put in the unclassified report because of the sensitivity of it. to me the evidence was overwhelming and very compelling that the russians were that did this. >> does it serve any purpose for high officials like the president to say, well, could have been somebody else could have been china? does that really -- does that help us or help russia? >> well, i guess it could be -- you could rationalize that helps the russians by obfuscating who was actually responsible. >> thank you. thank you very much, general. v thank you, miss yates. good to have you both here. >> senator franken. >> thank you, mr. chairman. i want to thank both you and the ranking member for the hearing -- these hearings. i want to thank general clapperk and the attorney general yates for appearing today. we have -- the intelligent
been china and a lot of different groups. do you feel russia was responsible? >> absolutely. regrettably, although the conclusions that we rendered were the same as in the highly classified report as in the unclassified, unfortunately a lot of the substantiation's of that could not be put in the unclassified report because of the sensitivity of it. to meet the evidence was overwhelming. that thery compelling russians did this. >> did it serve any purpose for high officials like the president to say could of been somebody else, could of been china? does that help us or does that help russia? you could rationalize that helps the russians by obfuscating who was actually responsible. >> thank you very much. good to have you both here. thank you mr. chairman. i want to thank both of you and the ranking member for this hearing. -- these hearings. director clapper and ms. yates for appearing today. community hasce concluded, all 17 of them, that russia interfered with this election. we all know that is right. >> as i pointed out in my statement, there were only three agencies that
trump contradicted that consensus. he said it could have been china. it could have been a lot of different groups. >>al thoet conclusions we rendered were the same as the highly classified report as the unclassified, unfortunately a lot of the substantiation for that could not be put in the unclassified report because of the sensitivity of it. to me, the evidence was overwhelming. and very compelling that russians were -- did this. >> does it serve any purpose for high officials like the president to say well it could have been somebody else? it could have been china? i mean does that really -- does that help us or russia? >> well, i guess it could be. i you could rationalize that it helps the russians by obfuscating who was actually responsible. >> thank you. thank you very much general and ms. yates. good to have you both here. >> senator frank. >> thank you, i want to thank you, both you and the ranking member for this hearing and these hearings. i want to thank general clapper, and attorney general yates for, for appearing today. we have, the intelligence communities have con
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