NSA head: Assessment of Russian involvement unchanged
Director of the National Security Agency Michael Rogers stated on Monday before the House Intelligence Committee that the previously made conclusion of Russian involvement in US elections is still unchanged.
The assessment was made three months ago and it said that Russia interfered in presidential election in order to help Donald Trump to win.
Rogers stressed that "the specifics need to remain classified," so he will "limit the discussion," accordingly.
"I welcome your investigation of Russian activities in the elections," he concluded.