Katy Tur: Obama Could Have Done More to Warn About Russia Hacking
O'DONNELL: "Even though today, again, officials said that the Russian hackers and perhaps other countries as well, but it was focused on Russia today, are always trying to break into U.S. systems as a part of their plan to disrupt. So the risk remains real today, and it was real in 2016. The other noble feature was that Jeh Johnson said the Democratic National Committee did not want the Department of Homeland Security to have any access to their systems after the hack. They chose to say no to federal help when they had a breach."
TUR: "And neither did the states. It also is notable, Kelly, that the president, President Obama, could have gone out and tried to bring more public attention to this at the time."