Russia, WikiLeaks Push Back on US Report on Hacking

Russia's government responded to a U.S. intelligence report.

"From our point of view, absolutely unfounded accusations continue to be made on a rather amateur, emotional level, which is hardly applicable to the highly professional work of truly top-notch security services," Russian presidential spokesman Dmitry Peskov said.

"We are really tired of these accusations," Peskov told reporters on Monday. The accusation against Russia "actually resembles a 'witch hunt' to the utmost."

Peskov said the part of the report released to the public contains no proof of Russia's involvement in the hacking.

"The public part of this report, which is clearly adapted to a large extent, this publication does not add any substance," he told the press.

Trump has not rejected the report's findings that Russia ordered hacking to affect the outcome of the 2016 election, but has asserted that any such effort had no impact on the outcome of the race.