Russia is now aiming disinformation attacks on mail-in voting, warns DHS

The Department of Homeland Security issued an intelligence bulletin on Wednesday warning that Russia is now focusing disinformation attacks on the subject of mail-in voting, as our election process in the United States adapts to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

Says DHS, "We assess that Russia is likely to continue amplifying criticisms of vote-by-mail and shifting voting processes amidst the COVID-19 pandemic to undermine public trust in the electoral process."

Seems about right. And, in harmony with Trump's latest messaging.

More below from Jon Karl, chief White House correspondent for ABC News in Washington.

And here's more about Trump's latest attacks on the integrity of the November election.