Former CIA Dir. Hayden Calls Out Clapper For ‘Unknowable’ Russia Claim
Former CIA Director Michael Hayden called out James Clapper on Sunday for claiming to know that Russians decided the 2016 election.
Clapper wrote in his new book that he has “no doubt” Russian meddling swung the election in favor of Trump, but during a Friday night CNN interview he all but admitted he has no evidence for the claim. (RELATED: Clapper Fumbles Explanation For Claim That Russia Decided The Election)
Hayden told Martha Raddatz on ABC’s “This Week” that it is “unknowable” how much Russians influenced the election and he knocked the former director of national intelligence for claiming otherwise.
“I agree that the Russians affected the election but how much they affected is not just unknown, it is unknowable and so we should stop talking about it,” Hayden asserted. “Donald Trump is the president.”
“You invite folks like us on your show because we’re the fact witnesses, not because we have opinions,” he added.