President Barack Obama has requested a review of all cyber-attacks that took place during the 2016 election cycle, the white house said Friday, amid allegations of russian interference. According Lisa Monaco, Obama’s homeland security advisor, the president has directed the intelligence community to conduct a full review of what happened during the 2016 election process. Monaco said at a breakfast hosted by the Christian Science monitor that it was vital to “understand what this means, what has happened and to impart some lessons learned.” She added that Obama expects a report before he leaves office on January 20 and republican Donald Trump assumes the presidency. The move comes after democrats in congress pressed the white house to reveal details, to congress or to the public, of Russian hacking and disinformation in the election.