American spies sent encrypted messages to Russia via NSA’s official Twitter account to support Donald Trump’s election as President of the United States.
According to The Intercept and The New York Times, spies supporting Donald Trump‘s campaign have issued encrypted messages using the Twitter account of the National Security Agency (NSA). A secret deal was made with Russia to sell NSA cyber information stolen from American and Russian intelligence, and with Donald Trump‘s election campaign.
The Americans paid the first installment of $ 100,000 for a $ 1 million payment for the hacking tools promised in the deal. However, the deal ended with the fact that the Russians could not provide the necessary hacking tools and that Trump had unconfirmed and compromised information.
As an example of encrypted messages, we can give the tweet from the official NSA account on June 20, 2017. “Samuel Morse patented the telegram 177 years ago, did you know that you can still send telegrams? this message is said to have been shared for information about whether the first installment has arrived.
There are lots of reports about Russia’s propaganda boots claiming to support Trump. Some hidden cover agreements seem to have been made, but there are still a lot of unknown details about these deals. If all the public in the world is thought to focus on this issue, a lot of new information may emerge in the coming days.