In this Sept. 28, 2015 photo, President Barack Obama shakes hands with Russian President President Vladimir Putin before a bilateral meeting at United Nations headquarters. (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik, File)
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U.S. President Barack Obama has ordered intelligence agencies to review cyber attacks and foreign intervention into the 2016 election and deliver a report before he leaves office on Jan. 20, the White House said on Friday.In October, the U.S. government formally accused Russia of a campaign of cyber attacks against Democratic Party organizations ahead of the Nov. 8 presidential election, and Obama has said he warned Russian President Vladimir Putin about consequences for the attacks.Obama's homeland security adviser Lisa Monaco told reporters the results of the report would be shared with lawmakers and others.Schultz said Obama wanted the review completed under his watch.
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