Now that Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia probe has resulted in 13 indictments against Russians for meddling in the 2016 presidential election, half of voters think it’s possible this alleged interference cost Hillary Clinton the presidency. But slightly more think the U.S. government also interferes in the elections of other countries.
President Trump closed the week with his highest favorability rating since mid-June of last year while the finger-pointing continues over the latest school massacre.
Last Friday, Robert Mueller’s special investigation handed over indictments against 13 Russians for meddling in the 2016 election by using stolen identities from American citizens to promote mostly pro-Trump political activist campaigns through social media.
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