Most of the information “on Russia’s intervention in U.S. elections,” the secret and not released will be Director of the NSA
NSA Director Michael Rogers said Monday at a hearing in Congress that basic information on Russia’s intervention in the US presidential elections will remain unpublished because of their secrecy.
“Of course, given the specific nature of this assessment, it must remain classified to protect sensitive sources and methods. So today in my presentation I will limit myself to information from public sources, which was published for the public,” he told the intelligence Committee of the U.S. house of representatives
At the same time M. Rogers noted that the US intelligence services remain as two months ago, are confident in Russia’s intervention in the American elections.
“We have no changes in the level of confidence in our assessments,” he said .