George W. Bush: There's 'Clear Evidence Russians Meddled' in US Election

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Bush on Thursday said that there is "clear evidence" of Russian meddling in the 2016 presidential election.

Bush said the US should "welcome" immigrants and thank them for doing the "jobs that Americans won't do". Our democracy is only good if people trust the results.

While not directly naming President Donald Trump, it appeared Bush was targeting him in his comments.

Last year, for example, he said that Russian President Vladimir Putin was being completely honest when he insisted that he didn't order the hacking of the DNC. "The reason he does this is because he is upset by the fall of the Soviet Union".

Putin, said, "The press is constantly, looking for weakness," said the former president.

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Bush also said that the United States needs to reform its immigration law.

The White House did not immediately respond to a request for comment on Bush's remarks.

Bush also stressed the need to back North Atlantic Treaty Organisation and other alliances the US has with the world.

"America's their home",

The U.S. intelligence community concluded that Russia had in fact waged a campaign to influence the election in a way that would specifically harm Trump's Democratic rival Hillary Clinton and that Russian President Vladimir Putin was directly involved in the so-called "influence campaigns". "They've got to get it fixed".

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Beyond that, he said at the summit hosted by the Milken Institute, a California-based economic think tank, that Americans should be thanking the illegal immigrants for doing jobs they refuse to do.

Bush acknowledged the US immigration system is "broken" and explained that he "tried [to fix it], but unsuccessfully". "We ought to say thank you and welcome them".

He agreed in a settlement with the SEC to a lifetime ban from the securities industry and paid a $200 million fine.

Milken, who has survived prostate cancer, and his family have donated hundreds of millions of dollars in recent decades.

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