“Clearly, this administration has not been forthcoming about what they know and when they knew it in terms Russian involvement in the elections,” Warner told CBS’s “Face the Nation.”
Not only do Senate investigators want to hear from anyone in the Trump campaign who ever met with a Russian – they also want to know if Trump’s son-in-law and top adviser Jared Kushner helped Russian trolls target “fake news” to susceptible voters.
“I think the whole role of these social media platforms in terms of disseminating fake news is a policy question that we're going to have to address,” Warner said.
Here is the entire exchange between Warner and host John Dickerson:
“Another area that it's -- it appears you're interested in is the data operation of the Trump campaign, which Jared Kushner was overseeing. Explain that,” Dickerson told Warner.
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Well, we do know that there was a series of Russian trolls, paid individuals who worked for the Russian services that were trying to interfere and put fake news out.