Sen. King: The Concern With The Russian Hack Is That We Have ‘No Idea What The Intent Is’ | Deadline

Sen. King: The Concern With The Russian Hack Is That We Have ‘No Idea What The Intent Is’ | Deadline 1


Senator from Maine Angus King speaks to the seriousness of the Russian hack on U.S. government agencies and how the country is vulnerable to future cyber-attacks Aired on 12/21/2020.
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Sen. King: The Concern With The Russian Hack Is That We Have ‘No Idea What The Intent Is’ | Deadline

66 Comments on "Sen. King: The Concern With The Russian Hack Is That We Have ‘No Idea What The Intent Is’ | Deadline"

  1. Trump Putin's puppet . | December 21, 2020 at 7:05 PM | Reply

    Trump : everyone is liar except PUTIN and he is extremely powerful and strong in his defense.

  2. No intent. Its just auxiliary KGB agent-wanna-be Donaldiev Jerkofski Trumpov has $900,000,000 debt collection coming up and no way of paying it back. He lost his job and they take either cash, body parts or data. What would you do? Never mind NY state is outside waiting for him. Typically people like trump get bailed denied and passport taken because of Flight Risk”

  3. Of course tRump’s pretending it’s “UNDER CONTROL”……what a disaster he’s been daily!…..

  4. Ronan Brodrick | December 21, 2020 at 7:10 PM | Reply

    Criminal Indictments by Administration

    Donald Trump (so far) — 215
    Richard Nixon — 76
    George W. Bush — 16
    Bill Clinton — 2
    Jimmy Carter — 1
    Barack Obama — 0

  5. Trump has been compromised by the Russians. When has Trump kept quiet about anything?

    • America is in danger with the lunatic still has like almost a month left in the white house.

    • @Hue Yang I believe these people that the King in the White House is now listening to are from his very private collection of mannequin’s in full dress that he has purchased from Russia, Iran, Colombia, etc.& is talking to them daily on what he should do next to now become Dictator over the entire USA.

    • @Hue Yang Thanks Hue Yang. China numba one? The CCP supports biden…..that is all you need to know. WAKE UP!

    • Total space cadets in the comments. The established ring of regulars are all telling you hes bad…..under your own logical skepticism you should be looking deeper into what Trump is really fighting. WAKE UP

  6. “2020 Operation: Scorched Earth”
    Produced by President-Reject Donald Trump
    Directed by Vladimir Putin

  7. Russian Kompromat.

  8. maria booboo67 | December 21, 2020 at 7:17 PM | Reply

    Democracy as it turns out is a fragile thing. Made more fragile by Trump.

    • @Michele Kett we dont have a democracy we have a constitutional republic

    • Christine King | December 21, 2020 at 8:31 PM | Reply

      @Dope Man Ok, Russian troll, a republic is a form of democracy.

    • @Christine King These people that pitch the cry of ‘we have a constitutional republic, not a democracy’ don’t seem to understand that the American constitution is based on democratic principals. There are many republics in the world. e.g. North Korea, China and so on, but they are not based on democratic principals. I’m not sure what they are suggesting but it seems they are trying to say that democracy is not a desirable thing?

    • @rob warren I believe they have succumbed to propaganda. The notion of conflating the word and concept of democracy with only direct democracies as found in ancient Athens is a tool meant to discredit voter participation within our democracy. It has been going on a while now, and drip, drip, drip, it’s working. Just look at many state Republican platforms that propose ending the 17th Amendment, our direct election of U.S. senators. The unyielding support of the Electoral College within Republican ranks. That act of sedition by the Texas AG was endorsed by many Republican state AGs, governors and lawmakers because they know the base accepts the premise of minority rule. Our democracy is antithesis to those who rule the Trumplican party, the 1%, and by god, they will do anything to destroy it. Yes, it is that bad.

  9. Richard Darlington | December 21, 2020 at 7:19 PM | Reply

    When Joe and Kamala take office, we should reunite with all our NATO allies and sanction Russia back to the stone age.
    And, from what I’ve been reading, that’s a very short trip.

  10. AllNiteLemonade | December 21, 2020 at 7:19 PM | Reply

    – *If you could reason with Trump supporters They wouldn’t be Trump supporters* –

  11. Kathrine Kerns | December 21, 2020 at 7:22 PM | Reply

    He said the truth. This is serious.

  12. We need to get on this, Biden please, offer Mr. Krebs a position as Cyberspace security. He kept our elections safe. Mr. Krebs will hit the floor running. If you’re going to hire a Republican that’s cool but, make sure that person has the same vision for America as you do, Sir. Mr. Krebs believes in free and fair elections. We believe in that. Thank you. 🙂

  13. Remember, trump fired the national cyber security team as soon as he was elected. This group was formed to protect us from cyber attacks.

  14. —- > Most likely, Putin thought Senate Republicans gave Russia the go-ahead when they didn’t remove him from office.

    • they did and they refused to pass any plans to prevent this after they were involved with the trump election. we need to get rid of ALL republicans!!!

  15. The BizzMoneyB | December 21, 2020 at 7:32 PM | Reply

    “to protect from all enemies, both foreign AND DOMESTIC.”

  16. With all this election crap with trump going on, is it possible that Russia actually got trump elected in 2016? And trump thinks he should have won this time because of Russia hacking into America since March.

  17. Can not even imagine all the crime that will come to light…all adds up to TREASON.

    • Comment mentions treason. Gets 45 likes. Proof enough for me.

    • Exactly! I want Trump and family prosecuted by SDNY first. As that’s proceeding, I want the Mueller Report and his taxes exposed to the public; our press will have a field day tracking down the money and truth. Watergate will be small potatoes compared to this fiasco. I want a ethical, no nonsense individual for federal AG-who loves the Constitution and law-to doggedly start prosecuting every a$$hole that violated the law, Republican or Democrat.

    • Right these trumpets protect their idol in the face of 4 years of non stop crime. At least dems are mostly like get them all if they break the law. The only difference is republicans non stop investigations of democrats based on conspiracy theories. 99% of the corruption is republicans and once in a great while maybe a Democrat.

    • Yep, and a glaringly obvious abettor is Flynn. He was having dinner in Moscow, sitting next to Putin in 2016.

  18. Puppet Conald J Swamp is a peewee counter puncher with his master, Putin.

  19. This is about Russia, And is very obvious that Donald J Trump is tied up in it.

  20. It doesn’t matter what the reason. It only matters Trump let this happen

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