Biden accused Russia of interfering in the 2022 elections

US President Joe Biden accused the Russian Federation of interfering in the upcoming congressional elections in 2022 through “disinformation,” he made such a statement after visiting the office of the Director of National Intelligence of the United States.

According to the journalists of the presidential pool who accompany Biden, the US president “warned about the threat of a real military conflict, which is fraught with cyberattacks from Russia,” and also said that “Russia is already interfering in the (midterm) elections of 2022, spreading disinformation.” At the same time, Biden did not provide evidence of these accusations.

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