U.S. intelligence agencies feud with Republicans over Russian hacking

U.S. Director of National Intelligence James Clapper attends a hearing, where he announced his resignation, in Capitol Hill in WashingtonBy Mark Hosenball Republican members of Congress are complaining that U.S. intelligence agencies are refusing to brief them widely on a classified CIA report that concluded Russia hacked Democratic Party data in an effort to help Donald Trump win the presidency. The Republicans said Director of National Intelligence James Clapper has refused their requests for full briefings of Congress’ two intelligence committees.

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