Foreign Policy Research Institute A Nation Must Think Before it Acts Fox Fellow Clint Watts Cited on Russia by Business Insider

Fox Fellow Clint Watts Cited on Russia by Business Insider

Fox Fellow Clint Watts Cited on Russia by Business Insider


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“Part of the reasons active measures have worked in the US election is because the commander-in-chief has used Russian active measures at times against his opponents,” a former FBI special agent named Clint Watts told the Senate Intelligence Committee in May, pointing to Trump’s citations of fake-news stories pushed out by Russian-linked entities last year.

Trump “denies the intel from the United States about Russia, and he claimed the election could be rigged — that was the number one claim pushed by RT, Sputnik News, all the way up until the election,” Watts said. “Part of the reasons Russian active measures work is because they parrot the same lines.”

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