Trump once again throws his intelligence services under the bus by ignoring their warnings of future cyber attacks on our democracy.
During the end of a cabinet meeting when asked by a reporter if Russia was still targetting the U.S. with cyber-terrorism, Trump said "no."
Donald Trump's Clueless Response To Twelve Russian Indictments: 'I Hadn't Thought About' Asking Putin To Extradite Them To US
Is Trump going to be told by Putin how he'll help GOP in midterm elections?
Trump blows off the twelve new indictments of Russians for hacking into the 2016 election and instead blames President Obama and the DNC and not the Soviets.
Steve Mnuchin sounds more like a CNN Trump surrogate than the U.S. Treasury Secretary.
James Clapper told CNN that here was no evidence to suggest nations other than Russia were involved in trying to hack the 2016 U.S. election. So Trump's claim "it could be anybody" is baloney.
The former DNI, told CNN that he saw no evidence that nations other than Russia actively tried to corrupt the U.S. election process.
Suddenly Republicans like Rep. Jim Jordan want to investigate the investigators who are investigating the Trump administration and Russia hacking.
The new talking point from Trump surrogates is to call for a special counsel on President Obama on Russia to deflect attention away from Donald.
Spicer contradicts his own statements a few days later.
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