CNN’s Acosta: Trump And the W.H. Have Not Referred to Russian Hacking as an Attack on our Democracy Which It Was

‘Now, Mr. Trump faces a critical question, will he demand Putin turn over the Russians who have been indicted to the U.S.

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ACOSTA: "Now, as for Russian meddling, all eyes will be on the president to see if he will, in fact, tell Vladimir Putin to stay out of U.S. Elections as he told us earlier today. Now, Mr. Trump faces a critical question, will he demand Putin turn over the Russians who have been indicted to the U.S.? It will only make the hopes of a friendship with Vladimir Putin much more complicated. The White House had not referred to this as an attack on our democracy, which it was."

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