The Hill profiled John Carlin, who chairs Morrison & Foerster’s global risk and crisis management group, in a piece that covers his national security experience and discusses current security threats to the United States.
Among other things, John spoke about foreign threats against U.S. elections, noting that they are “here and present,” and that he “absolutely” expects Moscow to attempt to interfere in 2020. “The overall message that the seriousness of what they found in terms of the Russian government interfering in our elections in a sweeping and systematic action, you would hope that this is the type of report that would drive in a bipartisan way all Americans to see what we can do to prevent it from occuring again,” John said. “I wish there would be more of a bipartisan focus on what Russia did and holding them [to] account.”
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