Summer Season 2016 Suggests ‘Ominous’ Parallels Between President Trump’S Messaging And Russia

The U.S. intelligence assessment says that by May 2016, Russian hackers had extracted large volumes of data from the Democratic National Committee’s systems.
But, in early October, WikiLeaks began posting a new batch of internal Clinton campaign emails each day.
“While Dugin was publicly stating his desired outcome for the 2016 election, a Russian military intelligence service was quietly taking steps that would later rock the 2016 campaign.
Trump has repeatedly denied that he or his campaign had any involvement in colluding with Russia during the 2016 election cycle.
What people were wondering was whether WikiLeaks had the roughly 30,000 personal emails Clinton had deleted from her private server.

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