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WASHINGTON (AP) — Secretary of State Mike Pompeo says he has personally told top Russian officials that there will be “severe consequence” for any interference in U.S. elections or the American democratic process.

Pompeo told skeptical members of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee on Wednesday that he had made the warning clear to Russia in multiple meetings and conversations.

The article goes on to state the following:

Pompeo made the comment in response to pointed questions about details of President Donald Trump’s one-on-one meeting with Russian leader Vladimir Putin last week in Finland. Both Republican and Democratic members of the committee demanded details from Pompeo about the summit for which the White House has offered only vague outlines.

Republican committee chairman Bob Corker opened the hearing by saying Pompeo was appearing before senators who have “serious doubts” of Trump and his foreign policy.

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  1. I don’t worry as much about Russia interfereing in our elections as our media injecting their own spin on the various candidates. The media “gave” us Trump by giving him almost 2 BILLION dollars worth of free publicity vs the measly 13 million dollars of free publicity given to Trumps closest competitor. Once they latched onto Trump no one else really mattered, or had a chance of getting anywhere in the primaries. So forget what the Russians might or might not have done, and concentrate on our very biased media that do more to MAKE the “news” than do their job to report the news with no bias.

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