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His DHS's confirmation there was an attempt at hacking which did not succeed may please neither side, but also means the issue will not go away.The president has also ordered a voting integrity commission which is investigating whether people who were not entitled to were able to vote.Facebook general counsel Colin Stretch explained the company's change of heart in a post yesterday that accompanied Zuckerberg's announcement.Strech said, 'We believe it is vitally important that government authorities have the information they need to deliver to the public a full assessment of what happened in the 2016 election.'That is an assessment that can be made only by investigators with access to classified intelligence and information from all relevant companies and industries — and we want to do our part,' he said.The Department of Homeland Security confirmed it had notified the 21 states but declined to identify them Friday.States that told The Associated Press they had been targeted include Alabama, Colorado, Illinois, Maryland, Virginia, Washington and Wisconsin. Wisconsin Elections Commission Administrator Michael Haas said Homeland Security told 21 states that 'Russian government cyber actors' targeted their state voter registration systems in 2016.

In Wisconsin specifically, Clinton has claimed that there were Republican-led efforts at voter suppression.However the state is one of those which she did not campaign in, an issue Trump and his supporters have highlighted repeatedly as one of the reasons for her loss. Trump was responding to Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg's announcement that his company would give Congress copies of the 3,000 ads it flagged as Russian propaganda.Trump says that cries of foul play in the last presidential election related to Russian meddling are overblown.'The greatest influence over our election was the Fake News Media "screaming" for Crooked Hillary Clinton. Facebook has already turned over the materials to the Department of Justice.'The Russia hoax continues, now it's ads on Facebook. Trump has said Russia was the likely culprit, but other countries could have been responsible.Zuckerberg said in a Thursday announcement that his company would comply with a request from Congress for copies of the materials, too.The company has cited its privacy policy as the reason it could not cede to lawmakers before, leaving congressional investigators miffed.

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