WikiLeaks messaged Donald Trump Jr. throughout the 2016 election and beyond — and often, even if the president’s eldest son rarely responded.
The Atlantic found the organization was sending direct messages to Trump Jr.’s Twitter account for 10 months, up until July 2017. Writer Julia Ioffe discovered them after the messages were turned over to Congress as part of the investigations into Russian involvement in the election.
And, yeah, they make WikiLeaks seem pretty desperate.
The messages asked Trump Jr. to publicly share stories and information. At one point, the organization asked for Trump’s tax returns. Read more…