US blames Iran for threatening election emails, says Russia may interfere too

Iranian influence specialists are behind threatening emails sent to voters in Alaska and Florida, U.S. officials said on Wednesday evening, and suggested that more such interference could be in store from Russia. Director of National Intelligence John Ratcliffe said the U.S. intelligence community believes Iranian and Russian operatives have obtained voter record information that enabled them to target some people with intimidating emails about how they’d better vote for President Trump “or else.” Philip Ewing, NPR.

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