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Giuliani Blasts Obama In Wake Of Russia Sanctions

President Obama suddenly seems to have a very lengthy to-do list that he’s tending to, as the administration has been a ball of fire in terms of getting things done before his time in office comes to a close. Yesterday, it was finally time to put rest to an issue that has only been 18 months in the making: Russia’s alleged hacking of United States data.

As The Hill reports, the length of time it took for the administration to take action - as well as the timing of it - has not been lost on anyone that’s been paying attention. Former New York City Mayor Rudolph Giuliani is among those that finds the timing awfully curious.

“Now, after 18 months of this hacking, he does something about it. Why didn’t he do something about it 18 months ago? It wouldn’t have happened,” he said.

The sanctions against Russia include the expulsion of 35 diplomats from the US, as allegations of hacking have been making the rounds for some time. The contention is that Russia’s goal was to impact the US presidential election, despite the fact that there is zero evidence that voting machines or results were tampered with.

“There’s no question that the intelligence that President Obama has been getting is either incompetent or politicized. This is the guy who thought Russia wasn’t a threat just four years ago,” Giuliani continued.

Source: The Hill
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