It’s international Watergate.
Also I found it quite funny how the emails clearly show that Clinton ordered the media to focus on certain people from the Republican side as "credible" leaders and they included (but were not limited to): Ted Cruz and Donald Trump.
If the Republican party has the word Republic in it, why don't they use representative electors?
See, doesn't really make sense.
Just select your candidate if that's what you're going to do anyway.
I voted for Bernie Sanders but pop over to the Wikipedia page and you'll see that he lost the popular vote by 3 million and change in an election 30 million people participated in. Not the narrowest of margins. In a perfect democracy, he'd have also lost. The superdelegate system was irrelevant in this case.
Do you have an argument as to why this should fit within my definition of corruption?
We also know that the release was politically motivated, because it was the only time ever that Wikileaks has drip-fed a release over the course of a month, and it just so happened to be the 30 days prior to the 2016 election, and each release came with the promise that juicier and more scandalous things were coming later (which, btw, never came: the emails were totally benign). If that isn't politically motivated, what is?
Email? Nope, it might go to the spam folder.
Phone call? What of the time zone difference?
Blinking morse code? Too obvious!
Secret gesture? The FSB may miss it!
Literally giving out the order on international TV during debates? Sounds like a plan!
it's so common that people from my region have a special affinity for detecting Russian propaganda. we see it from a mile away.
even so, the Russians know which buttons to press and where. see Ukraine.
The Secret Correspondence Between Donald Trump Jr. and WikiLeaks
The transparency organization asked the president’s son for his cooperation—in sharing its work, in contesting the results of the election, and in arranging for Julian Assange to be Australia’s ambassador to the United States.