The upcoming report of the U.S. intelligence is to be released on January 6; it will be strictly focused on Russia’s interference in the course of presidential race in the States. CIA director John Brennan said this in his interview with PBS.
‘We know that a number of countries are involved in the digital domain and doing things in terms of collecting information and exposing information. But this report focuses on what Russia specifically did in the election. And so I think that the intelligence carries the analysis and the assessments in it. And I will leave it to the president and others to then make decisions about how that report is going to be handled, and what information will be shared and with whom,’ Brennan said.
He officially refused to reveal any information whether the agency discovered any relation between Russia and the Wikileaks or whether the Russian leadership intended to help Donald Trump win the election; that kind of data will not be made public, at least until the report is complete and handed over to both Obama and Trump – as the acting president and the president-elect, respectively.
Previously, Donald Trump expressed doubts about Russia’s part in the hacker attacks on severs of the Democratic party.