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Why Governor Won't Say Which Of Florida's Counties Got Hacked By The Russians

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Why Governor Won't Say Which Of Florida's Counties Got Hacked By The Russians

Why Governor Won't Say Which Of Florida's Counties Got Hacked By The Russians

Florida Gov.

Ron DeSantis said Tuesday that Russian hackers breached the election systems of two Florida counties back in 2016.

As for which counties, however, he wouldn’t, or couldn’t, say.

I’m not allowed to name the counties.

I signed a [non]disclosure agreement.

Florida Gov.

Ron DeSantis DeSantis received confirmation of the intrusions during a meeting last Friday with FBI and U.S. Department of Homeland Security officials.

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