Despite the odds, Donald Trump was elected as the next President of The U.S. While it seemed like the majority of voters was on Hillary Clinton's side, election night proved otherwise. During his full coverage of the event, Stephen Colbert tried to make sense of it all.
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Marina Santos is bound for her ten minutes of fame today, after the New York Post published a story about how she may have had access to Hillary Clinton's top secret emails, but didn't have a clearance to see them.
Cenk Uygur's The Young Turks (TYT) continued their string of interesting interviews with crazy Trump voters. This time, they talked to a lady who appears to be lacking all her faculties. The lady says regarding Trump: "this nation was founded on God and we need God to lead this country," and then she goes on a rant about immigrants, Muslims, and other people she can't seem to name.
Today, the New York Times and Slate dropped a bombshell of a story: According to them, a hacker named 'Tea Leaves' found that there was a computer server (TRUMP-EMAIL.COM) in Trump Tower connecting to a Russian bank called Alfabank. So who is 'Tea Leaves'? What is this mysterious server TRUMP-EMAIL.COM? And who is Cedyn, the company that the domain name is registered to? Let's take a look.
Today, there was another interesting, yet underreported revelation from Wikileaks. In an email between Clinton herself and her campaign manager Robby Mook, Clinton appears concerned about Facebook's plan to open source their artifical intelligence. Specifically, she asks "Does this affect our plans?" So what does she mean?