And Senators from both parties have called for a thorough, bipartisan investigation as well. In fact, the only person who doesn't seem too worried about Russia's interference is Trump himself. Now, a bipartisan group of Electoral College members wants more information on Russia's interference in our election before they formally cast their votes on Dec. 19, 2016.
In an "Open Letter to Director of National Intelligence James Clapper," ten members of the Electoral College—one Republican and nine Democrats—note that "a core purpose" of the Electoral College is to prevent a "desire in foreign powers to gain an improper ascendant in our councils," as Alexander Hamilton put it in Federalist Paper #68. Because officials have "high confidence" that Russia interfered with the election, the group is demanding more information:
"The Electors require to know from the intelligence community whether there are ongoing investigations into ties between Donald Trump, his campaign or associates, and Russian government interference in the election, the scope of those investigations, how far those investigations may have reached, and who was involved in those investigations.Read more at Complex