Intelligence agency findings described hackers seeking to obtain messages and send them to intermediary before getting them to Trump aide, report says

Russian hackers discussed during the 2016 presidential campaign whether they could obtain emails pilfered from Hillary Clinton and ultimately get them to an adviser to Donald Trump, according to a report published by the Wall Street Journal.

The Journal said investigators looking into Russian meddling in the election had examined intelligence agency reports about how hackers wanted to get emails from Clinton’s server to an intermediary and then to Mike Flynn, a retired lieutenant general and senior adviser to Trump who went on to serve briefly as his national security adviser.

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