A former television news editor Russian state media outlet Rossiya says that the Kremlin used to call and give instructions about how to cover Hillary Clinton during the 2016 U.S. election. “Sometimes it was a phone call. Sometimes it was a conversation,” Dimitri Skorobutov told The New Yorker .
Source: Russian TV Editor Says His Network Got Calls from The Kremlin To Attack Clinton
“The flip side, if conservatives are complacent, we know that the left is going to show up,” the senator explained. “The extreme left, they’re angry. They’re filled with rage. They hate the president. And mark my words, we are going to see historic turnout from the extreme left in November, which means if … […]
For Dunlap, the incident illustrated the secrecy surrounding the short-lived commission, which President Donald Trump created in May to investigate claims of widespread voter fraud in the 2016 election. In November, Dunlap was catapulted into the national spotlight when he sued the commission for … Source: Matt Dunlap: ‘Don’t call it fraud because […]
… 2014 re-election team and working as the research director on his 2016 presidential bid. She previously served as a Walker deputy chief of staff. Source: Walker Bolstering Campaign Staff 5 Weeks Before Election