Related: Why the CIA Thinks Russia Wanted Trump to Win "I think it's compelling that senators that have been briefed on this information asked the White House to declassify it," Palmieri said. "I trust that they know that it's worthy for the public to know about." Earlier Monday, Clinton's campaign chairman, John Podesta, threw his support behind a request by 10 members of the Electoral College who asked National Intelligence Director James Clapper for an intelligence briefing before electors meet next week to certify Trump's election. Play Copy this code to your website or blog "Never before in the history of our Republic have we seen such an effort to undermine the bedrock of our democracy. This is not a partisan issue and we are glad to see bipartisan support in the Congress for an investigation into Russia's role," Podesta said. "The bipartisan electors' letter raises very grave issues involving our national security," he said. "Electors have a solemn responsibility under the Constitution and we support their efforts to have their questions addressed." Palmieri, previously a very public face of Clinton's campaign as communications director, has kept a low profile since the election, choosing not to speak out on efforts to challenge Trump's victory. Friday night, after The Washington Post reported that the CIA believed Russia had tried to sway the election, Palmieri tweeted that the news was "soul crushing." Soul crushing are the only words I have. Can barely stand to read the story. https://t.co/Me5wUBfQTa Jennifer Palmieri (@jmpalmieri) December 10, 2016 On Monday night, เดลินิวส์ ยิปซีพยากรณ์ Palmieri said "it's hard to know" whether Russia won the election for Trump. "But I think that, yes, they certainly succeeded in interfering," she said.

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