Donald Trump tried to dismiss the US intelligence community’s concerns that Russia is working to stop Joe Biden winning the 2020 election.
William Evanina, the Director of National Intelligence, said on Friday that Russia is “using a range of measures” to “denigrate” Biden and his “anti-Russia establishment.”
In response, Trump told reporters the intel “could be” true, but then tried to pour cold water on it, saying no one wants him out the White House more than Russia. 
“Foreign states will continue to use covert and overt influence measures in their attempts to sway US voters’ preferences and perspectives,” Evanina said.

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Donald Trump attempted to sideline a report from the US intelligence community that said Russia was actively working to “denigrate” Joe Biden in the 2020 election.

In a statement on Friday, William Evanina, the Director of National Intelligence, said that “foreign states will continue to use covert and overt influence measures in their…

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