Trump voices new doubts about Russian efforts to sway U.S. vote

By David Alexander and Doina Chiacu WASHINGTON (Reuters) – President-elect Donald Trump voiced new doubts on Wednesday that Russian hackers attempted to influence the U.S. election on his behalf, saying WikiLeaks had denied Moscow was behind documents it made public during the campaign. Trump, writing on Twitter, continued to raise questions about the findings by U.S. intelligence agencies that Russia was behind a series of leaks that embarrassed Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton's campaign before the Nov. 8 vote. The tweets prompted White House spokesman Josh Earnest to ask, "Who are you going to believe?" Documents stolen from the Democratic National Committee and John Podesta, Clinton's campaign manager, were leaked to the media in advance of the election.

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