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Striking new research shows that Russian backed accounts pushed the #releasethememo hashtag in an attempt to influence Americans on social media, lawmakers and media organizations ahead of the GOP memo release. Now, the same accounts are looking for their next target, working to change the conversation online and potentially influence the 2018 midterm elections.