Thursday, January 05, 2017

The Question on Everybody's Mind

A few weeks ago nobody would have even thought it. But his constant attempts at redirection have only raised suspicions.

Eventually, somebody is going to start asking out loud:

What did he know about the Russian hacking, and when did he know it?

Update (January 6):

From the NY Times:

The Trump campaign knew in advance about WikiLeaks’ plans. Days before the Podesta email release began, Roger Stone, a Republican operative working with the Trump campaign, sent out an excited tweet about what was coming.

But in an interview, Mr. Stone said he had no role in the leaks; he had just heard from an American with ties to WikiLeaks that damning emails were coming.


Richard L. Floyd said...

We'll see who the responsible people from both parties are who step up to address this. Clapper did today!

Bob Miller said...

Clapper was a rock.

This morning the NY Times asks: "What plausible reason could Donald Trump have for trying so hard to discredit America’s intelligence agencies and their finding that Russia interfered in the presidential election? Maybe he just can’t stand anyone thinking he didn’t, or couldn’t, win the presidency on his own."

To which my mind now involuntarily adds: "Or maybe ...."