America's top intelligence chief said he is more convinced than ever that Russia used cyberattacks to meddle in last year's presidential election, and he warned President-elect Donald Trump against disparaging the intelligence community. The criticism from National Intelligence Director James Clapper before a Senate panel is the latest sign of friction between the incoming president and those who serve as America's eyes and ears around the world. VOA's Michael Bowman reports.
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