Obama’s Accusation: The Importance of Information

Josep Goded

Over the last few days, former president Obama has accused Russia of hacking into Clinton‘s campaign during the last presidential campaign to help Trump to win the White House. Despite the seriousness of the accusation, Obama has not shown any evidence yet. For its part, the Russian government has denied the accusation and has suggested that Obama proves it or end the discussion.

Since the revelations about possible hacking, there has been a serious growing concern about the credibility of Obama’s administration. The vast majority of citizens consider that the still president should show clear evidence before accusing Russia. According to the law, everyone is innocent until proven guilty.

The story turned darker when Obama announced that the secret services informed him about the Russian hacking during the last presidential campaign. However, he decided not to inform citizens, apparently, not to influence the election. It has caused a…

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