“‘The missing details of these interactions are critically important because of what happened next,’ [Sen. Ron] Wyden wrote. ‘I believe that warning the public about a foreign influence campaign should not depend on the support of both parties, particularly when one of the parties stands to gain politically from that campaign.’

Obama’s administration did, however, and Wyden quotes then-deputy national security adviser Avril Haines as saying that the absence of a bipartisan condemnation from Congress ‘tempered our response options…'”

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