Trump Jr. denies knowingly receiving ‘decryption key’ for Wikileaks-hacked DNC documents

by Dan Boylan
December 9, 2017

Donald Trump Jr.’s attorney has brushed aside alleged connections between President Trump and his eldest son to an email they received before the 2016 election which included a decryption key for hacked documents that the website WikiLeaks had made public a day earlier.

The email, obtained Friday by The Associated Press, was sent by a person named Michael Erickson to Mr. Trump and Mr. Trump Jr. on Sept. 14, 2016.

Later Friday, attorney Alan Futerfas said Mr. Trump Jr. had no recollection of the email and took no action on it.

“We do not know who Mike Erickson is,” Mr. Futerfas told CNN. “We have no idea who he is. We never responded to the email.”

2 Comments - what are your thoughts?

  • Pete says:

    The Erickson email came to the Trump team AFTER Wikileaks had made publicly the DNC emails including the decryption key.
    Everyone on Gods green earth had access to the information BEFORE Michael Erickson sent the email to the Trumps.
    CNN reporter was grasping at nonexistent straws & CNN has admitted the article was incorrectly dated. CNN blamed the backdating onto an unnamed source used by the reporter.
    The reporters alter-ego could qualify as the unnamed source, or it could have been extracted from a stray Unicorn fart.
    Saw a stuffed Unicorn in a store just yesterday so they are available in close proximity to a college that offers a degree in journalism.

    1. Navy Bob says:

      I would bet that Trump Jr. also got spam e-mails for erectile dysfunction medication, winning numbers in the Nigerian Lottery, million dollar inheritances from previously unknown relatives in countries he has never visited, and offers to subscribe to the Washington Post and NY Times. None of that means he needs or believes any of them. (My “spam filter” is set to send the NY Times directly to spam) I would bet that the CNN “reporters” believe Mr. Trump, or his father, would believe these are not unsolicited. And, I would bet their “anonymous source” would confirm this opinion. (Why not just call the “anonymous source” by it’s given name…the mirror)

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