Since last Friday, Trump has criticized the Obama administration, arguing it should have done more to block the Russians leading up to the 2016 presidential election.
The most recent is a presidential Executive Time tweet attacking the recused attorney general for his failure to prosecute Barack Obama for the crime of having failed to stop the Russian crimes to which Donald Trump was an eager accomplice.
Obama officials have insisted they took steps immediately to prevent the Russian interference, including a confrontation between Obama and Russian President Vladimir Putin on the sidelines of the 2016 G20 summit in China.
Sanders noted that trump was able to allocate $ 700 billion for the US army, helped to improve the delivery of energy to Eastern Europe, left and supported the sanctions imposed by the Obama administration and closed three diplomatic missions of the United States of America in Russian Federation.
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The FBI during the Obama administration did begin investigating Russian efforts to interfere in the 2016 election through email hacks and pushing fake news on social media.
Morgan said Obama had 17 American intelligence agencies at his disposal but did not act on reports that Russian Federation was involving themselves in USA affairs. Trump said in his tweet.
Former Obama administration officials have acknowledged that the White House was reluctant to take stronger actions against Russian Federation because of the president's concern that he would be seen as trying to tip the scales in favor of Clinton. On Tuesday, Trump claimed on Twitter that he has "been much tougher on Russian Federation than Obama, just look at the facts". He also has yet to levy any sanctions on Russian Federation for the election meddling, even though Congress past year passed legislation requiring him to do so by January 29, 2018.