Some Americans are concerned about the possibility that Russia interfered with the 2016 United States elections, although virtually all of these people are liberals or moderates. You can count the Republicans who have shown any concern on your thumbs.
Count RtO among the concerned, but also puzzled. Foreigners observing the liberal concern must be thinking, what hypocrites those Americans are.
In all the reporting I have seen over months about the electoral interference, I have not seen a single mention of the history of the United States' interference in the elections of other countries.
It began right after World War II, when the U.S. government was alarmed that the Communists, said to be largest parties in France and Italy, would gain power in the early postwar elections. So we meddled outrageously, funneling money to center-right parties and, no doubt, playing other dirty tricks.
The Soviets also were interfering in postwar European elections, and were the first, with their sponsorship of the "Lublin" government-in-exile of Poland in 1944 and, later, arrests of Polish liberals.
Interference in elections for other governments by the United States was subsequently epidemic and went far beyond merely fundng friendly politicians or otherwise putting the thumb on the scales.
The overthrow of the government of Iran and the conspiracy to murder the president of South Vietnam and his family were the most blatant examples, but a list of countris where the United States interfered, more or less openly, in the elections of other countries is a long one. The following list may not be complete:
Great Britain, Egypt, Congo, Southern Rhodesia, China, Philippines, Japan, West Germany, South Korea, Chile, Cuba, Dominican Republic, Uruguay, Lebanon, Spain, Portugal.