Trump says he knows more about the Russian cyber attacks

Apart from his over for Twitter, it appears that his love for suspense has grown tenfold.
By David Sims | Jan 03, 2017
Trump always loves to put some mystery in what he says. During the election the president-elect when asked what he would do if he lost the election, he said he would keep people spending.

Apart from his over for Twitter, it appears that his love for suspense has grown tenfold.

When asked about the Russian cyber attack, Trump claimed that nothing is satisfying, even after the CIA claimed without any doubt that Russia orchestrated the attack.

Trump insists that the attack could have come from anywhere. That no computers were safe and if you want to send a secure message, it would be better to write it down and have it delivered by a carrier.

Suffice his remarks on tech Trump is well known for his use of Twitter. However, he admits that he does not use emails which are standard communication methods in government. On Twitter, the president-elect has an astonishing 45 million followers waiting for his every word.

And in true fashion has taken to the social media platform to disclose, express and deny information.

"Hacking is a very hard thing to prove," he told reporters "So it could be somebody else. And I also know things that other people don't know, and so they cannot be sure of the situation."

Trump insists he will reveal all in the few days but has remained silent as hr also stated that the world should expect "significant changes."


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