Trump rages against ‘60 minutes ’over Krebs’ interview


President TrumpDonald John Trump, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court, overturned the GOP’s offer to suspend the election certificate. Biden expects career officials to restore confidence and morale in government agencies tore up CBS News’ s “60 minutes” on Sunday after an interview with a former cybersecurity chief was broadcast on the show.

In a Sunday night tweet, Trump accused program producers of not approaching the White House to comment on remarks by Christopher Krebs, former head of the Cyber ​​Security and Infrastructure Security Agency, about the integrity of the 2020 election.

Trump fired Krebs earlier this month after Krebs said the election was “the safest in American history”.

For weeks, the president has unfoundedly claimed that the 2020 election was stolen by his enemy, an elected president. Joe BidenJoe Biden, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court, overturned the GOP’s offer to suspend the election certificate. Biden expects career officials to restore trust and morale in government agencies Biden’s transition adds new members to the coronavirus task force, through unreported voter fraud in key booming states.

“. @ 60Minutes never asked us to comment on their ridiculous, one-sided story of election security, which is an international joke. Our 2020 election was probably in our country from the underrated Dominion to the flooded country with our mailing ballot. Least sure ever!” President claimed Sunday night.

The producers of “60 Minutes” did not immediately send The Hill’s comments.

The president has launched a number of legal challenges in recent weeks in battlefield states like Pennsylvania and Michigan and wanted to destroy the results of the 2020 elections. The lawsuits have not yet gained any attraction in the country’s courts.

In an interview with CBS News on Sunday, Krebs said he would stick to his remarks defending the integrity of the 2020 election, which the president pointed out when he was fired as director of the cybersecurity agency in early November.

“We did a good job. We did it right. I would do it a thousand times,” he said in an interview.