President-elect Donald Trump continued to brush off reports that the Russian government interfered with the U.S. presidential election in order to help him win. On Thursday, he tweeted that the White House only bothered to complain after he won the election; while in fact the administration called out the hacking in October. Major Garrett reports.



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