The White House will carry on to cooperate with Moscow, bringing Russia to responsibility for its criminal actions. Jalina Porter, the Deputy Press Secretary of Department of the State said so, as she commented the summoning of the Russian ambassador back to Moscow for consultations.
"Even cooperating with Russia for the sake of promotion of American interests, we will be able to bring Russia to responsibility for any of its criminal actions". As long as we have the oppotunity to worth together with Russia in our joint interests, we intend to keep doing it... [However], we are well aware what they are capable of", she said as quoted by Voice of America.
Accoridng to Porter, Department of the State is aware of the latest statements by the Russian side, which regard the summoning of the Russian ambassador for "consultations", aiming to find out how Russia would act in relations with the States.
On March 16, the U.S. intelligence released a report about the interference in the U.S. presidential election in 2020. The document states that Russia and Iran were behind these attempts. It also suggests that Russia conducted a discreditation campaign against the-then candidate Joe Biden via the allies of Donald Trump.