Freeman lent his voice to the new campaign.
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In a video that shot across social media Tuesday, the star of dozens of big-screen hits lent his solemn, trust-inducing voice to a new campaign by a mix of Hollywood stars and Washington security VIPs to highlight Moscow's interference in last year's U.S. presidential election: The Committee to Investigate Russia.The group is led by Rob Reiner, actor and director of movies like "When Harry Met Sally," and former national intelligence chief James Clapper, who has spent much of the last eight months scolding U.S. President Donald Trump for not admitting Russia interfered in the 2016 election.Clapper was one of four top security and intelligence officials who put their names behind a Jan. 6 report that said Russian President Vladimir Putin was behind a complex effort of hacking and misinformation to influence the 2016 election in Trump's favor.
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