Adam Entous

Washington Post

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Adam Entous is a national security correspondent for the Washington Post. He is a former national security correspondent for the Wall Street Journal.

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Long before Trump was elected president his son-in-law Jared Kushner had ties to China.

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It's now common knowledge that Russia tried to influence last year's election in favor of Donald Trump. What was the role of social media?

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Today's  Washington Post  calls Russian interference in last year's election the political "crime of the century." It was quickly traced to President Vladimir Putin.

New details in the Russian election hacking timeline

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