George W. Bush: 'Pretty Clear Evidence' Russia Meddled In 2016 Election

George W. Bush: 'Pretty Clear Evidence' Russia Meddled In 2016 Election

George W. Bush: 'Pretty Clear Evidence' Russia Meddled In 2016 Election

While the American intelligence community has been united in its assessment that Russian Federation attempted to influence the outcome of the 2016 election, the Trump camp has denied any claims that there was collusion with Russian Federation.

Former U.S. president George W. Bush speaks on stage at a business conference in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, in this image released to Reuters on Thursday. Numerous investigations are underway to determine whether Trump's campaign aided the Kremlin in its efforts.

Trump has repeatedly denied collusion between his campaign and Russian Federation and dismissed the conclusions of USA intelligence officials that the Kremlin had interfered in the presidential election.

Bush indicted Russian Federation of meddling in the 2016 US presidential election. As president-elect, he conceded for the first time previous year that Russian Federation had carried out cyberattacks against the Democratic Party during the election but denied that it was meant to help him win.

"He's got a chip on his shoulder". Therefore, much of his moves are to regain Soviet hegemony ...

Mr Bush also said that the United States needs to reform its immigration law. "That's why North Atlantic Treaty Organisation is very important", Bush added. "We must secure our electoral infrastructure and protect our electoral system from subversion".

"There are people willing to do jobs that Americans won't do", he said. "But there are people who want to put food on their family's table and are willing to do that". "He can't think, 'How can we both win?' He only thinks, 'How do I win, you lose?'" He agreed in a settlement with the Securities and Exchange Commission to a lifetime ban from the securities industry and paid a $200 million fine.

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