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A Major Evidence Linking Donald Trump Jr. To Wikileaks Was Just Revealed

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As the investigation into Russian collusion continues to loom over the White House, a new Report published by The Atlantic reported Monday has revealed that Donald Trump Jr. had extensive communication with WikiLeaks during the 2016 presidential campaign and appears to have acted on requests made by a Kremlin-connected organization.

A cache of Twitter messages obtained by the Atlantic on Monday revealed that Donald Trump Jr. communicated with WikiLeaks on a number of occasions, starting in September last year and spanning until at least July this year.

According to the report, WikiLeaks contacted Trump Jr. via his Twitter account two months before Election Day, informing the Trump son over a direct message that an anti- Trump PAC was about to launch a website called putintrump.org.

“The PAC is a recycled pro-Iraq war PAC,” the WikiLeaks handle wrote, “We have guessed the password. It is ‘putintrump.’ See ‘About’ for who is behind it. Any comment?”

“Off the record, I don’t know who that is, but I’ll ask around. Thanks,” Trump Jr. responded about 12 hours later.

According to the report, Trump Jr. made good on that promise.

A source familiar with the congressional investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election told the Atlantic that Trump Jr. contacted a number of senior Trump campaign officials hours after receiving those messages, telling them that WikiLeaks had made contact. The officials included Steve Bannon, Kellyanne Conway, Brad Pascale and President Trump’s son-in-law Jared Kushner, who in turn forwarded the information to communications staffer Hope Hicks.

WikiLeaks also made more brazen requests, such as asking Trump Jr. to coax his father into telling Australia to appoint its founder, Julian Assange, ambassador to the United States.

Trump Jr. at no point rebuffed WikiLeaks’ attempts at contact, even though the U.S. intelligence community had already concluded that the organization had published stolen documents and operated on behalf of Russian interests, according to the report.

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Hammer-Wielding Trump Supporter Arrested After Threatening Latino Couple: ‘Get Out Of My Country!’

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President Donald Trump has sparked a radical movement led by racism and hatred in America. That being said, this past weekend, a hammer-wielding Trump supporter was arrested after she threatened a Latino couple and told them to go back to their country.

According to KPRC-TV, 60-year-old Constance Lynn Bono was arrested on Sunday after she brought out a hammer and threatened Arturo Corovez and his wife, Dr. Lia Franco.

Bono reportedly told the couple to “go back to Mexico.” The couple is actually from Ecuador.

Dr. Franco has actually been stationed in New Orleans to help take care of COVID-19 patients while she finishes her medical residency.

The couple decided to take a trip to Texas over the weekend to take a break. That’s when they were confronted by the vicious Trump supporter.

They noticed a woman following behind them while driving to a restaurant, and noticed she was displaying a hammer as she drove.

“She stopped behind us,” Cordovez said. “After that she started showing a hammer through the mirror. She was shaking her arm … and cursing at us, I think. I was thinking, what did I do?”

They called 911 and pulled into a gas station, where the woman pulled alongside them and began screaming.

“She said screamed, ‘You Mexicans, get out of my f*cking country, go back to your f*cking country,’” Franco said.

Then the woman got out of her car holding the hammer and made threatening motions before police arrived and took her into custody.

Watch the report below, via Click2Houston:

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According to the report, Bono was charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, a second-degree felony with a punishment range of up to 20 years in prison.

If prosecutors believe she was motivated by racism, the charge could be enhanced to a first-degree felony, carrying a possible life sentence.

“I think she needs help, she needs treatment, but that doesn’t justify the fact she needs to follow the laws of her country,” Franco said. “If she broke the laws here, she needs to pay for what she did. But for me as a physician, I think the most important thing is she needs treatment, she needs help.”

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