Trump's senior adviser and former campaign manager Kellyanne Conway echoed statements made by her boss, who said in an interview with "Fox News Sunday" that he does not believe the CIA's conclusion that Russia had meddled in the presidential election to help him win.
Conway called the notion of Russian interference in the election to defeat Hillary Clinton and help Donald Trump win the presidency "laughable and ridiculous."
On Friday, The Post reported that administration officials broadly laid out the evidence that U.S. spy agencies had collected, showing Russia's role in cyber-intrusions in at least two states and in email hacks of Democratic organizations and individuals.
"Face the Nation" host John Dickerson pressed Conway about the growing rift between Trump and the intelligence community and repeatedly asked how Trump, as president, could work harmoniously with the same intelligence agencies he has been criticizing.
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