Trump On Dem's Russian Conspiracy Theory: 'Just Another Excuse' For LosingChris Menahan
Dec. 11, 2016
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Donald Trump weighed in on the CIA/Democrats "muh Russians" conspiracy theory Sunday on Fox saying "it's ridiculous" and "just another excuse" for losing the election.
From Zero Hedge:
Speaking to Fox News' Chris Wallace on Sunday morning, the President-elect blasted the Friday night Wapo report that a secret CIA assessment concluded Russia intervened in the U.S. presidential election to help him win the presidency.
"If you look at the story and you take a look at what they said, there's great confusion. Nobody really knows, and hacking is very interesting," Trump said. "Once they hack if you don't catch them in the act you're not going to catch them. They have no idea if it's Russia or China or somebody. It could be somebody sitting in a bed some place. I mean, they have no idea."John Podesta wasn't really "hacked," he fell for an email phishing scam. Tracing who is behind some endless series of proxies, which all competent hackers hide behind, is quite simply not possible. If it was, hacking wouldn't be such a massive problem globally.
He blamed Democrats for putting out the media reports and said he did not believe they came from the Central Intelligence Agency. "I think the Democrats are putting it out," he said in the interview. When asked if he thinks the CIA is trying to overturn the election results, Trump said during the Fox News interview he doesn't think "they're saying anything."Here's one of the best highlights from the interview:
The CIA is filled with neocons. The agenda is in deep need of a purge.
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