Did Putin hand over the Hillary Clinton’s server data to Trump in a Soccer Ball? Is Barron a hacker and expert with computers?

Donald Trump joked that his 15-year-old son Barron was such a computer whiz that he was able to hack into his computer during his keynote speech at CPAC on Saturday night.

Mr Trump took a break from railing against liberals, Joe Biden and climate change to highlight his youngest son’s technological talents during his address to Republican Party powerbrokers in Orlando.

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“I have a young son, Barron. He can make his computer sing,” Mr Trump said.

Does Ukraine have the DNC server like Trump says? We fact checked that.

Originally written on by NBCNews – Nov. 22, 2019, 1:54 PM EST / Updated Nov. 22, 2019, 8:24 PM EST

President Donald Trump, hitting back after a marathon week of public impeachment hearings, continued Friday to promote the debunked conspiracy that Ukraine interfered in the 2016 election, falsely claiming that “a Ukrainian company” is harboring a hacked server belonging to the Democratic National Committee.

During a nearly hourlong phone interview with “Fox & Friends,” Trump defended his administration’s freeze on military aid to Ukraine this year as well as his July 25 call with the Ukrainian president that prompted a whistleblower complaint, saying he was simply trying to root out corruption in the country.

I bet FBI was looking for the server data that was in that soccer ball Putin passed off.

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Trump aide asked DoJ to investigate bizarre ‘Italygate’ claim votes were changed by satellite

Donald Trump’s final White House chief of staff, Mark Meadows, pressured the acting attorney general to help push the lie of electoral fraud in Trump’s defeat by Joe Biden – even asking him to investigate a conspiracy theory which said people in Italy used military satellites to make US voting machines switch votes for Biden.

So reported the New York Times on Saturday night, even as Trump made a return to the public stage with a speech to Republicans in North Carolina.

One email dealt with the “Italygate” conspiracy theory, the Times said, adding that Rosen refused to set up a meeting with a former CIA agent pushing the claims online.

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