The idea of Ukrainian interference took root during Trump's presidential campaign, was spread online and then amplified by Russian President Vladimir Putin before some of America's elected officials made it their truth.
23:15, 13 January 2020
Disinformation campaigns are almost always designed for publicity, and therefore leave public traces.
13:07, 07 December 2019
The conversation mentioned the transfer of the so-called "black ledger" to Hillary Clinton.
19:58, 21 March 2019
Also on Wednesday morning, CNN’s offices in Manhattan were evacuated after a suspicious package was found.
18:00, 24 October 2018
But back in 2017, Trump's legal team released a statement that said Trump Jr. had "primarily discussed a program about the adoption of Russian children."
10:20, 06 August 2018
<p>More than a month after Facebook and Twitter announced they had identified hundreds of fake accounts and thousands of ads secretly run by Russian state agents, ThinkProgress is shedding light on what the ads and accounts contained, what messages they pushed, and how they framed policy debates and viewed presidential candidates.</p>
10:20, 06 October 2017
<p>U.S. President Donald Trump in a tweet on Tuesday, July 25, has accused Ukraine of sabotaging his election campaign in favor of Hillary Clinton.</p>
14:40, 25 July 2017
<p>In the interview, President Trump said his core goals are different than Putin's because he's working for America's best interests while Putin is fighting for Russia; however, the two leaders got along "well," CBN reports.</p>
11:05, 13 July 2017