Advisor of the elected President of the United States believes that trump may consider the abolition of sanctions for cyber attacks.
The US President-elect Donald trump may consider the abolition of some sanctions introduced by Barack Obama over Russia’s intervention in the American presidential election through a hacker attack.
This was stated by one of the advisors of the trump Kellyann Conway in an interview with USA Today.
Last month the United States expanded sanctions against Russia. The Obama administration also took the decision to expel 35 the diplomats of the Russian Federation. These steps were due to cyber attacks in Moscow.
Advisor trump also questioned the need for additional investigations in relation to reports about the Russian Cybertech in the campaign.
“I guess that President trump will want to make sure that our actions are proportionate to what happened, based on what we know,” said Conway.
She noted that measures taken by Obama, including the 35 expulsion of the alleged Russian spies were tougher than those he was ordered to make after reports of cyber attacks from China and North Korea.
The adviser elected President of the USA explain the difference to political considerations. Conway ridiculed the Democrats of the house of representatives and the Senate to create a bipartisan, independent Commission to investigate accusations against Russia.
“The fact that the Democrats are supersingerevan in this matter after the election did not go as they wanted and expected,” said Conway.
Note, trump acknowledged the possibility of Russian cyber attacks on American computer systems, but said that they did not influence the results of elections in the country
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