"We're all trying to figure out how can we learn from each other."
At a hearing of the Senate Armed Services Committee about cyber threats, Rogers found himself answering a number of questions about the Russia probe, with regards to the U.S. elections of 2016.
"We had high confidence in the judgment that the Russians were clearly trying to undermine our democracy and discredit us broadly," Rogers said, restating part of the election judgment of the U.S. Intelligence Community.
"It's become crystal clear that Russia has really mastered this domain of digital disinformation," said Sen. Martin Heinrich (D-NM).
"They clearly had a preference that candidate Clinton not win," Adm. Rogers said of the Russians their 2016 interference.
"And they also wanted to insure that if she did win, that she was weakened," Rogers said.