To be clear, even if all agencies conclude that Russia favored Trump, it would only be speculation that the hacking influenced the election to the extent that Clinton would have won. Also, it would only be speculation that Trump campaign had anything to do with the hacking.
Relitigating the elections is not the issue. Finding out what occurred and why, who was responsible and preventing this from occurring again, is the overriding consideration.
Sadly, because of his own actions, both during the elections and during the transition, some are beginning to question Trump’s motives behind his decisions such as his recent pick of the Exxon Mobile top executive, Rex Tillerson. Tillerson has very close ties to the Russians and Vladimir Putin and reportedly is on record opposing the sanctions against Russia for their Ukraine activities.
Meanwhile today, the Russia Kremlin has released a statement in support of Tillerson. That Kremlin act is astounding considering the concerns of foreign interference.
The facts are fast unfolding.
It is my position that should Trump not put down his strange allegiance to Russia and if he does not get in front of and lead the investigation that is now supported by Senate Majority leader Mitch McConnell and other ranking Senators, his administration will begin to corrode from both within and externally.
Above is a video I created that expresses my opinion and my concerns on the issue.