How The Clinton Campaign And DNC Are Connected To The Trump Dossier
The 35-page dossier alleges the Trump campaign colluded with the Russian government.LEARN MORE
The story connecting the data firm and WikiLeaks was first reported by The Daily Beast.
Wikileaks founder Julian Assange confirmed a story linking his organization and the Trump campaign. Sort of.
Assange said Wednesday on Twitter, "I can confirm an approach by Cambridge Analytica (prior to November last year) and can confirm that it was rejected by WikiLeaks."
Cambridge Analytica is a data firm that was employed by President Donald Trump's campaign. The Daily Beast, citing two sources, reports Cambridge Analytica's CEO said he reached out to Wikileaks regarding the infamous 33,000 emails missing from Hillary Clinton's time as secretary of state.
Those emails were deleted from Clinton's private email server and became a huge talking point for Trump and his surrogates during the race.
Assange later clarified that he had not confirmed The Daily Beast's reports of who made the request or what it was about — just that a request from Cambridge Analytica was received and rejected by Wikileaks.
President Biden and former President Trump will both be at the U.S.-Mexico border Thursday to address what has become a top issue in voters' minds.
Williamson dropped out of the race earlier this month, but she now says voters "must respond" to the "fascist standing at the door."
More than 100,000 Democrats voted "uncommitted," driven largely by activists who are dissatisfied with Biden's handling of the Israel-Hamas war.
The number of migrants flowing into the U.S. from Mexico has taxed the immigration system, which hasn't been significantly updated in decades.
The law would have allowed local authorities to arrest migrants suspected of entering the U.S. illegally.
The once-every-four-years occurrence is certainly a novelty, especially for those born on the rare day.