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United States President Barack Obama has warned the Americans and President-elect Donald Trump that Russia President Vladimir Putin should not be trusted over the US intelligence community.

Obama said Putin is an “adversary” who should never be trusted, and is not on the US team.

He was talking after the release of the intelligence community’s declassified assessment of the alleged Russian interference in the US presidential race.

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