After years of political acrimony, some top U.S. Republican congressional leaders and President Barack Obama have finally agreed on how to approach a burgeoning issue confronting Washington: apparent Russian cyber meddling to influence the U.S. presidential election.

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and House Speaker Paul Ryan Monday endorsed investigations into the election. “The Russians are not our friends,” McConnell said.

Ryan said the House probe “should not cast doubt” on Trump’s victory, but that foreign interference in a U.S. election is “entirely unacceptable” and Russian involvement is “especially problematic.”

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