U.S. Elections: Russia’s Trojan Horse?
Krishna Rajagopal, CEO
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One day before the inauguration of Donald Trump as 45th President of the United States, doubts linger over the legitimacy of the election process that brought him into power. U.S. intelligence agencies, the Democratic Party and others claim state sponsored Russian hackers may have influenced the Presidential election. The insinuation is that Moscow wanted to help Trump, who they purportedly see as a potential ally once he takes office. But how true are these hacking allegations, and how much did they influence the final polling results? BFM explores.
This is a report by Jason Lim.
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