There is a certain kind of satisfaction in it being officially said out loud: There was a clear connectin between the Trump campaign and Russian intelligence in the 2016 election, and it was definitely not a "hoax". It's also satisfying that Russia will be held to account for their intereference, as The Former Guy was too corrupt and ultimately, weak to do (he would never have seen anything wrong with a little help from his friends--but I've always held that the Russian mob doesn't do anybody any favors that they don't get paid back for--they are not friends).
For the first time EVER, the US government said Russian agent Konstantin Kilimnik provided Russian intelligence agencies with the internal Trump campaign polling/strategy data he received from Manafort and Gates in 2016. Even Mueller didn't go that far. https://t.co/wGNnHdFxRU pic.twitter.com/O9GEjpJ0CG— Marshall Cohen (@MarshallCohen) April 15, 2021