In other news, hackers reportedly tried to penetrate South Carolina's election system nearly 150,000 times (5 times per second) on election day in 2016.
Meanwhile, the Secret Service has made it clear that Donald Trump Jr was not under their protection at the time of his meeting with Russian agents, pushing back on Trump lawyer Jay Sekulow's implication that the service may be partly responsible for the meeting.
Finally, the Trump regime is killing far more civilians in Iraq and Syria than the Obama administration did according to The Daily Beast.
Airwars researchers estimate that at least 2,300 civilians likely died from Coalition strikes overseen by the Obama White House—roughly 80 each month in Iraq and Syria. As of July 13, more than 2,200 additional civilians appear to have been killed by Coalition raids since Trump was inaugurated—upwards of 360 per month, or 12 or more civilians killed for every single day of his administration.
In other words, almost as many civilians have been killed already after just 6 months of Trump as were killed during 8 years of Obama.
If you figure ISIS was blowback for the Iraq War, the next Democratic president might have to deal with blowback from Trump's slaughter, and he's just getting started.
— ACLU National (@ACLU) July 17, 2017