How Russian Cyberwar Elected Trump

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Russian cyberwar probably didn’t change the minds of Democrats or Republicans. But it was sophisticated enough to lower the turnout in crucial places. And it captured the news media’s attention. Kathleen Hall Jamieson has been studying campaigns and voting since 1996. She turned her gaze on the 2016 election and found that Russian hackers and trolls played a pivotal role in getting Trump to the White House.

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Kathleen Hall Jamieson - Professor of communications at the University of Pennsylvania - @AnnenbergPenn

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