All of Russia's attempts to influence the course of the presidential elections were not successful in the United States. Such a position was stated by a senior US official, who asked to remain anonymous, in a statement published in The New York Times.
"The Kremlin, evidently expected that the publicity surrounding the disclosure of information that followed initiated by the Russian government disclosures of emails to US officials and organizations, including political, will call into question the reliability of the electoral process, which would undermine the legitimacy of the elected president," says US official.
Nevertheless, he said, "we can guarantee fairness of the election results which accurately reflect the will of the American people."
He also added that on election day there was no burst of hacker attacks aimed to disrupt the election process. The official is not sure whether Russia really planned such attacks or "canceled them after threats of the US government for a response."