When Asked About How She Feels About Electoral College Voting, Finney Pivots to Russia

‘This is about making sure that we know what happened so that we can make sure it does not happen again’

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FINNEY: "You know, I'll be honest with you, Alisyn, I took the view more to where I think, you know, John Podesta was in the clip that you showed, which is, and I think where the president is, which you know, there are very serious questions about the role that the Russian government, Russian state actors, including Vladimir Putin himself, may have played. And so regardless of changing the outcome of the election, which I don't think that's -- to my mind that's not what this is about. This is about making sure that we know what happened so that we can make sure it does not happen again. I think that's what's more important here. And to this point about some of the electors, I know some of them are suggesting that really the thing to do is to send it to Congress, because, you know, Republicans -- they're a Republican-led Congress. Members of Congress could actually have access to some of that confidential material, and then would they, too, would have information that I think the electors feel, at least certainly the ones who've asked for a briefing on what may have happened here, to really understand what actually happened, and, you know, what do we need to do to make sure it doesn't happen again."

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