US elections: Donald Trump dismisses the director of the agency for cybersecurity and infrastructure security

This is the Prince’s decision: In one of his last (and many) angry tweets, the still US President Donald Trump announced the immediate sacking of Chris Krebs, director of the agency for cybersecurity and infrastructure security. The head of the government agency CISA had welcomed a presidential election a few days ago without the slightest trace of massive fraud, hacking or destabilization (as unfortunately happened with the election of Trump after the publication of Hillary Clinton’s emails). Chris Krebs hadn’t hesitated to reject the massive fraud allegations that Donald Trump tweeted, a daring stance … that has just cost him his job.

Chris Krebs’ most recent statement on the security of the 2020 elections was extremely inaccurate due to massive inadequacies and fraud – including the voting of the dead, the election of election observers who were not allowed to enter polling stations, “glitches” in the voting machines, that changed …

– Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) November 18, 2020

Donald Trump continues to claim that the 2020 US election was massively rigged … with no evidence to show

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