Government Worker Who Spied for Chinese Was Partly Motivated by Hatred for Trump

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To test this we aggregated hate crime incident data and Trump rally data to the county level and then used statistical tools to estimate a rallys impact. Their analysis included all reports of vandalism intimidation and assault following Trumps rallies. The researchers dont directly blame Trump for the rise in hate crimes in which young people mimic Trumps abusive words and actions against their peers. When asked whether he thought he should tone down his language I think my language is very nice. given their numerous connections with Russians. Could the presidents children still be in legal jeopardy?Joy Reid and her panel discuss. A former Defense Intelligence Agency convicted of spying for China admitted he was partially motivated by his animosity toward President Donald Trump. Hansen told the official he was attempting to recruit that China also wanted information on American government officials. When Chinese officials were asked about Hansens initial arrest Chinese Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Hua Chunying said she did not have information about his case. But certainly of late there have been some issues between China and the United States

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