Trump showed that he remains in the back pocket of Putin by falsely blaming China for the Russian hack of the US.
Whether Trump accepts Joe Biden's victory is a moot point. On Jan. 20, 2021, he will be forced to leave the White House one way or another.
Donald Trump finally broke his silence on the massive Russian cyber attack by calling it fake news and blaming China.
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Secretary of State Mike Pompeo confirms that Russia is most likely behind a wide-ranging cyberattack targeting a number of federal government agencies and private companies. Meanwhile, President Trump contradicted his own intel officials by attempting to blame China for the security breach despite a lack of evidence. MSNBC’s host of “American Voices” Alicia Menendez speaks with Malcolm Nance, MSNBC Terrorism Analyst and Author of “The Plot to Betray America” and NBC News National Political Reporter Josh Lederman.
Secretary Pompeo became the first U.S. official to blame Russia for the SolarWinds hack amid a low in relations as the U.S. is forced to close its last two consulates.
President Trump took to twitter to comment for the first time on a cyber hack that attacked the U.S. government, saying the hack is “in the Fake News Media than in actuality.” The president implicates China is responsible, contradicting Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, who says Russia is behind it.
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