Before he leaves office, President Obama wants a report on election-related hacking.

FOX's Malini Wilkes reports from Washington:

The President has ordered the intelligence community to send him and Congress, a complete review of cyber-hacking in the 2016 election.

Homeland security advisor Lisa Monaco says we may have crossed a new threshold, calling hacking among the most significant national security issues facing the new administration.

Back in October, intelligence agency's publicly blamed Russia for hacks on the DNC and other political groups. But the U.S. has never acknowledged whether the Kremlin was also behind the targeting of state voter registration-systems.

In Washington, Malini Wilkes, FOX News.

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