The G20 summit in Hamburg, Germany was a disaster for President Trump. Not only did the world ridicule him for backing out of the Paris global climate agreement, the only thing the president did was meet with Vladimir Putin and come up with horrible plan to battle cyber security threats. As a result, the former Deputy Attorney General of the United States, Sally Yates, published her second ever tweet. And those 140 characters ridiculed Trump’s inept “refusal to confirm Russian election interference” and the internet cannot stop talking about her courage to speak out against the president.
Because Russia’s cyber attack during the presidential election in 2016 benefit Trump, he wants to ignore it. It is convenient to ignore that a foreign power influenced the election in favor of the puppet in office now.
But influential Democrats like Sally Yates are speaking out about Trump and Russia’s cyber attack. They are refusing to let it go forgotten because it needs to be dealt with and prevented from happening again.
Sally Yates’s tweet read:
“POTUS’ inexplicable refusal to confirm Russian election interference insults career intel pros & hinders our ability to prevent in future.”
Because Trump willingly believes that Russian President Vladimir Putin “did not meddle in our election,” he keeps blinding himself to the proof.
Although the CIA, NSA, FBI and the Director of National Intelligence all say that Russian hackers cheated during our presidential election, Trump has his fingers in his ears and is pretending it didn’t happen. Why? Because without Putin’s influence, Trump never would have won the election – the public clearly chose Hillary Clinton for president.
Every national security and intelligence agency in America has “high confidence” that Russian spies hacked into the 2016 presidential election on orders from Putin to change the outcome in favor of Trump.
Because Yates’s tweet was so scathing, Trump was forced to try and explain himself: “I strongly pressed President Putin twice about Russian meddling in our election. He vehemently denied it. I’ve already given my opinion…..”
In an interview with the New York Times, Trump denied that Russia was involved in the cyber attack that helped make him president.
“Let me just start off by saying I heard it was 17 agencies,” he said when asked about America’s intelligence assessment. “I said, ‘Boy, that’s a lot.’ Do we even have that many intelligence agencies, right? Let’s check it. And we did some very heavy research. It turned out to be three or four — it wasn’t 17 — and many of your compatriots had to change their reporting, and they had to apologize, and they had to correct.”
Yates has stood up to Trump before. After the “Monday Night Massacre,” Trump fired Attorney General Sally Yates because she refused to defend Trump’s Muslim Travel Ban. Because she stood up to Trump’s fascist and tyrannical command, the Democratic National Committed praised her. And now Yates is continuing her fight against Trump because she believes that he is a threat to America.
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