“…they are completely alien to me.”
“Reached again on Thursday, he said he did not have any details to offer.”
“[C]ertainly on the surface, it doesn’t look good.”
What could go wrong?
Also: WH thinks Kelly cellphone hacked — since December.
“If you don’t have a plan in place, you will find different ways to screw it up.”
“This is a little like Three Mile Island.”
Trump admin: Dump it ASAP.
Also: We’ll protect you … if you give up your right to sue.
“…names, Social Security numbers, birth dates, addresses and, in some instances, driver’s license numbers.”
The word eventually leaks out…
“Russian hackers were behind the intrusion first reported by the Qatari government two weeks ago”
“When people ask what keeps you up at night, it’s this.”
If it was real it was stupidly done
“…the reach of known operations during the US election of 2016 was statistically very small compared to overall engagement on political issues.”
“A sensor located close to the White House and another over near the Pentagon have been part of those that have seen this tracking.”
“the agency that is supposed to investigate computer intrusions in Russia is itself engaged in hacking…”
Did the FBI ask for access to the servers?
“You don’t do that stuff secretly.”
McCain: “Everyone should be alarmed.”
Reuters: Intel discovered smoking gun after the election?
“Obama is flat out of time to remedy his eight-years of failure to contain Russia.”
“The administration is still finalizing the details…”
“This is an attack against our country.”
You know what would have been nice? A counter-disinformation team.
“Thin reed” getting thinner.
“I’m not putting another f***ing dime in until someone tells me what just happened.”
“Administration officials were sure Trump would lose in November…”
One prominent elector is still conspicuously missing.
“I do not see any benefit in opening further investigations…”
“Democratic lawmakers in the room, again and again, tried to pin the FBI official down…”
“Nobody is impressed.”
“…the hackers forgot to set two of their Bitly accounts to ‘private.'”