McCain: We’ve Seen ‘No Action’ Against Russia and ‘that Sends the Wrong Message’ to Putin

‘We have seen no action whatsoever’

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McCAIN: "We passed a very strong bill by a vote of 98-2. I hope that we can get that issue resolved. Here’s the facts. The facts are, since they tried to affect the outcome of our election, and I have seen no evidence that they were able to, but they tried, we have seen no action whatsoever. Then sends the wrong message to the people like Vladimir Putin. So, we need to, I hope, take it up in the House, overwhelming vote, send it to the President and I hope that he would sign it, but if he didn’t, his veto would be overridden."

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