The White House said Thursday that it would review a request by Democrats on the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence to make public new information pointing to Russian meddling in the U.S. presidential election, but it hasn’t changed the administration’s view that Donald Trump’s victory was free of tampering. “We’ll certainly take quite seriously the concerns that they’ve raised and the requests that they have made,” said White House press secretary Josh Earnest.

“And we’ll take a close look at it.” But he noted that U.S. intelligence agencies and the Department of Homeland Security “did not observe an increase in malicious cyberactivity on Election Day from the Russians that was directed at disrupting the casting or counting of ballots.” “I think if that is something that had occurred, we probably would have spent a lot more time talking about it over the last three weeks,” he said. READ MORE