President, AG, need to ask questions about Russian election interference | Letter

Is there anyone else concerned and puzzled that both Donald Trump, President of the United States, and Jeff Sessions, the U.S. Attorney General, have not asked any questions about, nor shown the slightest bit of interest over Russia’s interference with our electoral process?

All 17 federal intelligence agencies unanimously concur that the order for tampering came from the highest levels in the Kremlin. They also agree that the purpose of the attack on our nation’s democracy is to create chaos with our electoral system and discredit the United States in the eyes of the world.

Don’t our President and Attorney General, two men who we depend on to keep us safe from foreign attack, have any questions? Have they no curiosity? No concerns? No outrage?

Didn’t these two men swear to uphold and defend the Constitution? Do they even care about this existential threat to the nation we all love? If so, what do they plan to ensure corrupting our elections doesn’t happen again? These are simple questions, so why aren’t we given any answers?

Dan Olah

North Bend

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