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Kellyanne Conway to Intel Agencies: 'If There's Evidence, Let's See It'

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Sunday, 18 Dec 2016 01:30 PM

President-elect Donald Trump's senior adviser Kellyanne Conway continues to question whether there's proof that Russia interfered to help elect Trump — challenging the CIA: "If there's evidence, let's see it."

In an interview on CBS News' "Face The Nation," Conway lashed out at the intelligence agency for engaging in leaks rather than full disclosure.

"Where is the evidence?" she asked. "Why, when CIA officials were invited to a House Intelligence briefing, did they refuse to go? That undermines our national security, our intelligence operations."

"They should not be leaking to the media," she added. "If there’s evidence, let’s see it."

Conway insisted Trump "respects" the decision by President Barack Obama to take action against Russia because of the Kremlin-directed hack.

"But it’s very clear that President Obama could have quote ‘retaliated’ months ago, if they were actually concerned about this quote ‘affecting’ the election," Conway said.

"Whatever his motives are, whatever his action is, we’ll respect it as Americans. That doesn’t mean that new President Trump will agree with it."

She also suggested "he is under political pressure definitely because you got people from Team Hilary [Clinton] saying something very different than what President Obama himself is saying,."

"It's his legacy being questioned," she said.

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President-elect Donald Trump's senior adviser Kellyanne Conway continues to question whether there's proof that Russia interfered to help elect Trump- challenging the CIA: If there's evidence, let's see it.
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