President Donald Trump’s eldest son really didn’t exchange “private messages” with WikiLeaks during the presidential campaign at the same time the website was publishing hacked emails from Democratic officials, according to correspondence made public Monday.
It’s more fake news from the Washington Post.
The reality is in the messages, WikiLeaks urged Trump Jr. to promote its trove of hacked Democratic emails and suggested that Trump challenge the election results if he did not win, among other ideas.
In July 2016, the organization released thousands of emails that had been stolen from the Democratic National Committee by a cyber-hack that U.S. intelligence officials concluded was orchestrated by the Russian government.
On Monday, Rep. Adam Schiff, Calif., the top Democrat on the House Intelligence Committee, said the messages were “yet another secret communication between the Trump campaign and cut-outs for the Kremlin.”
Everyone knows Schiff is an idiot.