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Published: Thu, February 02, 2017
Business | By Patricia Jimenez

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In his answer, Trump, then the president-elect, pivoted to say that "we also get hacked by other countries, and other people" while vowing to launch a government-wide review of vulnerabilities to cyber attacks.

The draft executive order does not assign a role to the Federal Bureau of Investigation, Lawfare notes. It was unclear when it would be signed.

"This isn't a knock on President Obama, this is a knock on many presidents preceding me".

The Trump order, however, is a completely different animal.

There is a workaround for newly enacted regulations, the Congressional Review Act. President Trump only made a fleeting appearance before and after the discussion. "Can't be any discrimination, right?", he said. "There will be assumptions of risk that some secretaries or other agency heads choose on objective to assume".

One Republican favourite, the "Mexico City policy", or "global gag rule" to its critics, is back - banning U.S. funding for worldwide non-governmental organisations that promote abortion.

"He didn't tell the truth", the committee's top Democrat, Sen.

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SideBar: That definition of regulation is fairly broad - could it be interpreted to include agency "guidance" in addition to standard regulations?

It's been less than two weeks since Donald Trump was inaugurated as the president of the United States.

The presidential actions are listed on the White House website.

The aide, who requested anonymity to candidly discuss the reason for the delay, said the administration hasn't yet determined when it can reschedule the cybersecurity order signing.

Trump questioned intelligence community reports that the Russian government ordered hacking campaigns created to influence the outcome of the election, and has alternately claimed that the election that landed him in office was not tampered with or claimed that 3 million people voted illegally.

The Trump administration's discussion of improved cybersecurity on Tuesday followed months of speculation and firm conclusions by the Central Intelligence Agency and Federal Bureau of Investigation that the Russian government attempted previous year to intervene in the American presidential election with cyberattacks against partisan organizations, including the Democratic National Committee and Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee.

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