CIA hasn't proved Russia hacked for Trump
US House Intelligence Chairman Devin Nunes said he has not seen evidence that Russia tried to swing the 2016 election to President-elect Donald Trump.
In an interview with the Washington Examiner, Nunes said that he has not seen intelligence proving that Russian President Vladimir Putin unleashed his government's computer hackers on the US in a direct bid to defeat Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton.
"There's no proof that we have from intelligence sources that I've seen that show that the Russians were directly trying to help Trump," Nunes said.
But Nunes didn't rule it out, either, and he didn't claim Russia wasn't behind the hacking.
"This is something that Hillary Clinton knew damn well when she set up her private server, that the Russians could have the capability to get into there," Nunes continued.