(Bloomberg) -- Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said he had the “highest confidence” in the intelligence community, in sharp contrast to President-elect Donald Trump’s attack on the CIA after reports it found that the Russian government tried to help him win the presidency.

McConnell singled out the Central Intelligence Agency for praise Monday and said the Senate Intelligence and Armed Services panels will investigate findings by intelligence agencies that Russia hacked into e-mails and computers used in the presidential campaign, but he warned against using the probe for partisan purposes.

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